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John Layfield’s Seven Summits Blog #4

Three weeks out from Africa. It is in the middle of the migration is my understanding so I will get to see something I have always wanted to see, after the climb. Thanks to WWE 100% of money goes to kids programs to help youngsters have better options. Still trying to get under 240 pounds but too many late night dinners. I have discovered that night time meals is the worst thing for weight control and I feel I need to be down to 230 pounds for this mountain. Doing two-a-days almost every day, walking 5-9 miles every morning while ...

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John Layfield’s Seven Summits Blog #3

Five weeks out from Kilimanjaro. The heavy work has already started. One thing I have realized is mountain climbing is not like a marathon, but rather, it is like doing a marathon at altitude every day for a week straight. Looking at the itin...

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John Layfield’s Seven Summits Blog #2

Today training starts getting very real in my Seven Summits for Kids quest. I’m exactly 16 weeks out from Aconcagua in South America and anytime you are training for a mountain with an estimated 30% success rate that is nicknamed Mount Death y...

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John Layfield’s Seven Summits Blog

Training starts this week on my second mountain, Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, Africa) that I will leave to climb September 21. I have just over eight weeks but a much bigger head start to my training then I did for Mt. Elbrus, which I just attempted i...

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The One Bermuda Alliance has made quick progress on the political front, with polls in July suggesting that the party launched in May 2011 was only marginally behind the ruling Progressive Labour Party in terms of popularity. The Bermudian ma...