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Vlog #2 How to make your own wood holds

17 Sep 2018 | 12:02 pm BST

Vlog #2 is published. We all think wooden hangboards are a no brainer. They are nice to use, they save your skin. They allow you to do more training. More folks are thinking the same about wood holds for the actual climbing. They are not a new invention of course! But this is the nature of history - old ideas get forgotten or go out of fashion and then get picked up again years later.In this episode I go through how I make my own wood holds, why I think they are a good idea and solve some specific problems [...read more]

Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TrainingForClimbingBlog/~3/jGWSpy2qsTU/vlog-2-how-to-make-your-own-wood-holds.html

Fingerboard Training Guide (III). Program design and Periodization of MaxHangs, IntHangs and SubHangs. Samples of MaxHangs training programs

5 Jul 2018 | 8:52 am BST

Versión en españolPrevious entries:I. Dead-hangs training guide. Preliminary evaluation.The first blog entry in this series. If you need a refresher, here it is.II. Methodology The methods, naming conventions and load management were the topic of the second post. You can find it here.III. PeriodizationToday’s content. What most people are waiting for, right? I’m sure you are eager to get to the meat of it and have your questions answered:• how many days per week do I work my dead-hangs?• is it better at the start, the middle or the end of the session?• what method do I use, with[out] added weight, [...read more]

Source: http://en-eva-lopez.blogspot.com/2018/07/fingerboard-training-guide-iii-periodization-samples-of-maxhangs-training-programs-.html

New workshop 27/01/2018! Making the Most of Your Winter Indoors

3 Nov 2017 | 9:01 pm GMT

I’ll be back from maternity leave in January 2018 and we are kicking off with a new workshop run jointly with Performance Coach John Kettle.  We’ll be helping you develop a physical and mental training plan for you to use over the winter months, to put you in a great position to start your summer [...read more]

Source: http://smartclimbing.co.uk/?p=445