“Quick Questions” and Not-So-Simple Answers
Tags: Hangboard, logical progression, nonlinear, Power Endurance, Q+A
Q: Hey Steve, I just finished listening to your podcast interview (1) and I had a quick question (2) about the workouts in Logical Progression (3). It sounds like the program doesn’t have very much hangboarding (4) and I feel like this is really an important workout for me (5). Then you said something about…
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…
Logical Progression for Bouldering
Tags: Bouldering Training, logical progression, nonlinear bouldering
The Logical Progression book details a surprisingly effective program of nonlinear training for rock climbers. The program is simple, flexible, and enjoyable…and follows a simple series of workouts. In general, athletes are asked to do an Integrated Strength workout, followed by a hard bouldering session, followed by a session designed to increase their endurance. Although…
Power Company Podcast Episode 40: BONUS: Logical Progression Pt. 2 with Steve Bechtel
Tags: kris hampton, logical progression, nonlinear periodization, power company climbing, Steve Bechtel
This follow-up episode to the Logical Progression conversation features Q+A on the Logical Progression book with the Power Company listeners. This is where your detailed questions on the program will be answered. Enjoy.
Power Company Podcast Episode 39: Logical Progression Pt. 1 with Steve Bechtel
Tags: kris hampton, logical progression, nonlinear periodization, podcast, power company climbing, Steve Bechtel
In this conversation, Kris Hampton and I went in-depth on the Logical Progression program and my book. Honorary Cohost Steve Bechtel has a new book out. Logical Progression: Using Non Linear Periodization for Year Round Climbing Performance. If you write your own training plans, and still have a hard time sticking to your plan, this…