That Was My Everest achievement in Xbox Fitness

That Was My Everest

Jump, climb and squat to the height of Mt. Everest (8,848m).

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  • Fall of ZebesFall of Zebes370,395
    09 Jan 2014 10 Jan 2014
    36 3 29
    I'm not 100% on whether or not I had any progress on this pre-patch, but since then I've done the P90X Plyometrics workout a few times, the Insanity Plyometrics Cardio Circuit twice, and the Mossa Fight workout every day. For those who want a really fun workout with music that really gets you pumped, I can't recommend the Mossa Fight workout enough. It also nets you, on average, a 5% bump in your progress toward the achievement.

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    PlanesWalker 97I started just doing surge 2 in mossa fight
    1% for every 7-8 drills, thats about 6-7 min for a jump..... gets tiring though after 2% so might need little breaks
    Posted by PlanesWalker 97 on 31 Jul 16 at 20:50
    Piyi Piyi
    @Fall of Zebes
    , can you update your solution now that free with gold exercises doesn't exist?

    solution is the best for free-to-play players, I don't remeber better exercises, but I don't know how many % can you get with these drills
    Posted by Piyi Piyi on 02 Jan 17 at 00:18
    AHGregFor anyone looking to do this with the very limited selection they offer now, I would recommend Zombies for Xbox Fitness. Both of them seem to consistently get the progress up by 1-2% for me. Other than that, I haven't tried the Athlete fit or the mobility and strength training exercises. So if anyone knows if they are indeed better let me know.
    Posted by AHGreg on 01 Feb 17 at 20:53
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  • EricGarcia4EricGarcia4587,088
    25 Dec 2015 22 Dec 2015 22 Dec 2015
    9 0 4
    At no point am i suggesting that you cheat on this achievement since there is no way to do it.

    The fastest way to do it is obviously workout. BUT, if you are going for the achievement SPECIFICALLY then you want to start on Mossa Fight #1: Fight Sequence 5, Round 2 and 3.

    Rounds 2 and 3 are jumping rounds that are 24 seconds long each. 48 seconds total. When the round ends simply press start and return to Round 2.

    I averaged 43 jumps total each set.
    It took me 5-6 rounds/average 250-260 jumps total to move it 1%... Yes, 1%

    The first time it moved 1% i got 240 jumps, so jumping higher obviously moves it faster but it will tire you out since i PUT all my effort in jumping as high as possible as fast as possible.

    What I did was simply jumped and swung my arms up and down for the momentum. The kinect will count your score so I am assuming that helps out to since you cannot simply slack on it.

    With my calculations it will take you 24,000 jumps for this achievement, luckily i am at 95% for this achievement at this time so my calculations are correct since i started counting at 90%.

    Meaning it will take you 240,000 jumps for Peak Performance (100km)

    So, again, if you just want to work out your legs for LEG DAY, do this method.

    Once you finish it you will have the LEGS of STEEL!!!!!

    Best of luck. dance

    *This method works for me and I am 5'9" and my kinect did not give me issues. So the numbers will probably vary on that and how your kinect picks you up.
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    LeiChat10 Minute Solution Rapid Results Extreme Intervals added 1%. smile
    Posted by LeiChat on 16 Aug 16 at 06:40
    EricGarcia4Hi LeiChat, please access the link for a newer method. I just finished the game a couple of days ago:

    Solution for Peak Performance in Xbox Fitness
    Posted by EricGarcia4 on 16 Aug 16 at 08:38
    LeiChatHaha. Thanks but I'd like to get it myself. I'm almost at 50% now having just reached my 10th stamp card.
    Posted by LeiChat on 18 Sep 16 at 21:21
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