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Q+A: Why High/Low Training Instead of Hard Power-Endurance?

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High Load and Low Load Density Training

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by Steve Bechtel In the old days, we trained “endurance” by climbing easy moves until we got pumped and fell off. For me, this usually involved doing routes on toprope at Fremont Canyon, or traversing a long flagstone wall near the interstate in my hometown of Casper, Wyoming. The problem was this: Eventually, you got…

In-Depth: The Next Dimension to “Logical Progression”

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In-Depth: High-Load and Low-Load Density Training

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In-Depth: Recovery Points

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CSTV: Q+A Am I Doing Intensive Endurance Intervals Correctly?

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Q+A Which Training Plan Should My Girlfriend and I Do?

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Accountability Partners

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by Charlie Manganiello You know that obnoxious poster you might see in a telemarketer call station. You know the one. The poster says “TEAMWORK” in blocky letters under a photo of someone being helped to the summit of a mountain by another climber. The sun is setting, their hands are reaching out to one another,…

In-Depth: Complexes

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In-Depth: Returning to Training After a Layoff

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Q+A: Hangboarding, Even For Beginners!?!

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Q: In the Pitch One training plan you call for hangboard training without qualification for even “novice trainees”. I have read in more than one source that hangboard training should not start for novices until about 2 years into climbing. Do your views on this differ from what I thought was the prevailing wisdom on…

In-Depth: Hotel Gym Grip Work

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