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Power Bouldering, Level I, High Volume

Organizing Your Cragging Program Training is more popular than it’s ever been in the sport of climbing, and it warms my heart to see people actually training in the gym rather than just hitting another bouldering session. The word is out that a focused attention to improvement really works. At the crags, though, it’s another matter: many climbers serious about their training fall flat when they hit fresh air. Why?

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Power Bouldering, Level I, High VolumeThe Power Bouldering plans are built to help maximize power production in boulderers and route climbers. This training plan incorporates bouldering (indoors or out), campusing, and resistance training. This is a high volume Level I plan with a time commitment of 9-10 hours per week on average.

 

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 The Power Bouldering plans are built to help you maximize power production in boulderers and route climbers. This training plan incorporates bouldering (indoors or out), campusing, and resistance training. This is a simple Level I plan, appropriate for climbers who have been training very little in the past 12 months or are new to organized training...

 

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 The Power Bouldering plans are built to help maximize power production in boulderers and route climbers. This training plan incorporates bouldering (indoors or out), campusing, and resistance training. This is a Level I plan with a time commitment of 7-8 hours per week on average.

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Progressing Endurance Training IIYou’ve tried ARC training and you’ve done your share of 4x4s, so why do you still come peeling off the wall just before you reach the anchors? What is it about your energy system development that isn’t working? It might be that you aren’t progressing your sessions, or it might be that you are increasing the difficulty in the wrong way.

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Reports from Hounds Ears – Five Ten blog, Rock & Ice, Climbing Narc

UKClimbing has an extensive overview of Yosemite climbing.

Dead Point Magazine interviews Big Up Productions.

Tommy Caldwell and Jeremy Collins win the fourth annual 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell in Arkansas.

Alexander and Thomas Huber became the first to redpoint Eternal Flame (5.13a) on the south face of Trango Tower in Pakistan (Climbing Magazine, Alpinist, TheLowDown)

Patagonia Terminates Relationship with SIGG Water Bottles

Statue of bare-bottom climber causes stir in western Colorado

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Justin Edl established Home on the Range (5.14-) in Vedauwoo, Wyoming , likely one of the hardest cracks in the US. More info on Mountain Project.

Phil Schaal Does 5th Ascent Of Jade (V15)

Steve McClure repeats Hubble

13 year old summits Carstensz Pyramid

Italian Climber Riccardo Cassin Dies at Age 100

Rock & Ice interviews Adam Ondra

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We argue the details for which plan is “the best” for gaining strength when the reality is that it doesn’t matter which plan you choose, as long as the plan you choose follows the rules. After years of building what I thought were ideal training plans and seeing that none of my athletes followed them, I started looking at what the fundamental pieces of a great strength session were. Once I figured out what my non-negotiables were, I started building plans from the ground up. The Real Strength plan outlined below is just such a plan.

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Spent the day swimming and rope swinging with three of my...

Spent the day swimming and rope swinging with three of my favorite people :)

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