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Short Term Programming: Program Design Series

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Climbing is Suffering

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By Chrissy Vadovszki The First Noble Truth in Buddhism states that there is suffering. Life is impermanent and fragile. Nothing will last. We will lose it all. We care about and grasp onto much of what will ultimately change. In addition, life and climbing are full of injury, aging, sickness, losing loved ones and death….

Medium Term Programming: Program Design Series

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TRAIN: Returning to Climbing Post Covid

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Long Term Programming: Program Design Series

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Climb Them All

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By Micah Elconin Eugene, Oregon is not famous for its rock climbing.  My home for more than a decade is better known for its hippy communes and track athletes. So, it’s not surprising that climbers from out of the area usually have one of two responses when learning where I’m from. “So, you must climb…

PRACTICE: Protein Intake for Climbers

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Stability Series: Walking Lunge

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Program Design Series: Introduction

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Stability Series: TRX Knee Tuck

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Stability Series: Plank with Weight Transfer

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Polar Skills

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By Rachel Speer When I first started climbing, I learned quickly how to balance my body on the wall, I got stronger, and I rocketed through the grades, improving rapidly. For a few years I coasted on the easy gains until I came upon my first plateau, at the upper end of the 5.11 range. …

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