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Improving Endurance – The Fundamental Factors

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Endurance in climbing comes down to four major objectives: First is the ability to sustain a given level of power output while moving up the wall. Beyond moving up the wall, endurance can mean the ability to recover at stances along the route. Endurance can also mean the ability to recover between efforts, such as…

In-Depth: Bottoms-Up Kettlebell Lifts

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In-Depth: The Sumo Deadlift

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In-Depth: Mastering the Bodyweight Pistol Squat

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Charlie Manganiello Kettlebell Swing, Photo by Mei Ratz

In-Depth: Single-Arm Kettlebell Swings

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In-Depth: One-Arm One-Leg Push-Up

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Training Tip: Addressing Weak Hand Positions With Block Hangs

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In-Depth: Stagger The Introduction of New Exercises

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5 Biomechanical Tips to Improve Your Climbing Technique

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by Philip Ferrara At every level, rock climbing requires strength and the application of that strength through efficient technique. Efficiency, however, is determined by proper biomechanics. This means using interdependent muscle systems to apply force at the right time and in the right direction using as little energy as possible. To a new climber, getting…

In-Depth: Long-Term Training Produces Long-Term Results

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In-Depth: Increasing Local Strength Endurance

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In-Depth: How To Keep A Useful Training Log

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