Repeaters are the most commonly practiced exercise on a hangboard, however, they give you a “pump”, thus activating power/endurance system
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Gyms are sprouting up all over the show and with that so has come a pretty impressive amount of “training” related injuries.
Our legs are our “base”, our foundation; driving us and moving us to new and exciting places.
During the transition from Strength to Power, I’ve started to campus board a little. This is the first day of my efforts.
German Climbing Team Training of the winter 2014/15 saison in Cologne’s futuristic Stuntwerk bouldering gym.
So what was it that actually brought about this radical change in my attitude and behaviour? What brought about this month of pure masochism?
First (of 10) Chapter of the “Eisprinz” Movieblog with Iceclimbing Worldchampion Markus Bendler
In part one of this mini-series Ned Feehally looks at the basics of fingerboard training from the beginner’s perspective.
My palms are sweating, my breathing erratic, my pulse is racing. I’m gripped from the moment my feet leave the ground. I’m lunging for holds. I’m over-gripping. This is ridiculous. I trust my belayer. This isn’t a difficult grade for me.
So what is mental training? Well there is more to it than just thinking positive. It’s a technique that is not only useful for increasing your confidence and chances of success but it also stimulates the same neural pathways you need to use those muscles.