Jade Hameister has begun her mission to become the youngest person ever to compete the polar hat trick.
The 14-year-old is hoping to cross the North Pole, South Pole and the Greenland Crossing.
It will see the Australian school girl from Melbourne trek on three separate trips over the next two years.
Jade says she's doing it because she wants to "inspire and empower young women around the world to be more active and chase their dreams".
And she's been Instagramming her progress through training.
Along the way Jade has learned some new skills.
She uploaded a picture explaining: My first time on cross-country skis! It's never usually easy doing things for the first time. We spent 6 hours skiing and at the end of the day muscles were sore that had never really been sore before. It was so much fun and it just proves that it's great to take risks and get outside your comfort zone!
Her sense of realness comes through a lot too.
Oh and she's all for teaching us amazing facts.
And they just keep on coming.
Jade makes everyone who avoids the gym feel really bad about themselves.
Even a chest infection can't get the best of her.
She posted: Although I have a chest infection and am finding it hard to breathe, I had to get a 1km row time trial out of the way.. so I decided to do it this morning. At the 3 minute mark I couldn't breathe at all and I started to give up and slowed down. But then changed my mind and decided to finish it as hard as I could. I was in tears afterwards, but glad it's out of the way. Hopefully I will break 4 minutes when I'm feeling better.
And now Jade is all set to go.
Jade is now off to the North Pole to begin stage one of her expedition.
She'll attempt the Greenland Crossing in April 2017 and then the South Pole in December 2017.
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