In The Media
Baffle Days Podcast 31: Steve Bechtel
Tags: Amanda Watts, Baffle Days, mettle, podcasts, Steve Bechtel, Tom O'Halloran
Steve Bechtel – new book, goals, embracing new ideas and endurance training
The Clipping Chains Podcast: Steve Bechtel
Tags: Chad Andrews, clipping chains, in the media, podcast, Steve Bechtel
EP 20: Steve Bechtel: The Glass Is Already Broken
The Nugget Climbing Podcast: Alex Bridgewater
Tags: Alex Bridgewater, back injuries, climb strong team, podcast, Strength, The Nugget Climbing Podcast
A great conversation with our Climb Strong team manager and all-around great person, Alex Bridgewater.
The Nugget Climbing Podcast: Episode 36
Tags: climb strong team, in the media, podcast, The Nugget Climbing Podcast
Steven did a great job getting our coaches to talk – many of them like to keep quiet and do their work. I (Steve) can’t articulate how great it is to work with this crew.
The Nugget Climbing Podcast: Episode 35
Tags: Endurance, High Low, podcast, Steven Dimmitt, Strength Training, The Nugget Climbing Podcast
This was one of the favorite podcasts I’ve (Steve) ever done. Steven is a top-notch interviewer and is leading mind in climbing training, which made it easy to talk for a long time. Luckily, Steven is also a good editor!
Logical Progression, Second Edition. Available June 5th.
Tags: Bechtel, Block Planning, books, logical progression, nonlinear
Training for climbing can be fun, but sticking to a schedule can be desperately hard. Many climbers have seen the value of a carefully planned out, periodized training program. Clearly, such programs work, but many of us can’t stick to such a rigid schedule. What if there were a better way? What if…
Training Beta Podcast 147 | Steve Bechtel, Kris Hampton, and Tom Randall on Best Practices for Training at Home
Tags: at home, kris hampton, neely quinn, Tom Randall, Training Beta Podcast
Steve Bechtel, Kris Hampton, and Tom Randall on Best Practices for Training at Home Date: April 9th, 2020 Note: We recently created an entire training program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all about how to train at home with minimal equipment. We hope it helps you stay motivated and strong through this very strange time. Learn…
BJJ Strength Podcast | 38 – Rock climbing strength training applied to BJJ. Grip Strength & so much more.
Tags: BJJ Strength, Grip Strength, podcast, Steve Bechtel
Here is a non-climbing podcast about training for climbing that Steve did with Laurence Griffiths, a leading authority on training for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Steve Bechtel is one of the leading authorities on strength & conditioning for rock climbing, with almost 30 years in the game and currently training some of the best rock climbers…
Training Beta Podcast 132 | Charlie Manganiello and Alex Bridgewater: 5 Common Training Mistakes Climbers Make
Tags: Alex Bridgewater, Charlie Manganiello, coaching, training beta, training mistakes
Charlie Manganiello and Alex Bridgewater: 5 Common Training Mistakes Climbers Make Date: September 9th, 2019 About Charlie Manganiello and Alex Bridgewater Charlie Manganiello and Alex Bridgewater are both trainers at Steve Bechtel’s gym, Elemental Performance & Fitness, in Lander, Wyoming. They’re also both online trainers/coaches at ClimbStrong.com. They work closely with Steve Bechtel every day, and they’ve…
Training Beta Podcast 110 | Steve Bechtel on Training Endurance for Climbing
Tags: Anaerobic Endurance, Endurance, High Low, Intervals, neely quinn, podcast, Training Beta Podcast, training for aid climbing
Date: August 9th, 2018 About Steve Bechtel Steve Bechtel is a well-known climbing trainer, and I’ve had him on the podcast 3 other times now (here, here, and here). He’s a regular on the show because we all love listening to his common sense advice, his illustrative metaphors, and his wry humor so much. Steve runs ClimbStrong.com, a website…