In the cold chamber, the team will practice their routine for the South Pole using cross trainers to simulate skiing for two hours at a time before breaking for around 10 minutes and repeating this activity for 12 hours when they will set camp for the night.
In the South Pole the team will spend around four hours a day making and breaking camp so it is important that it is rehearsed to save time during the trek.
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