Training

Stability Series: Single-Arm Overhead Press

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TRAIN: TGU Regressions and Progressions

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TRAIN: Programming Cycles

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MOVE: Progressions and Regressions of the Ab Wheel

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MOVE: Progressions and Regressions of the Deadlift

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MOVE: Kettlebell Swing

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In- Depth: Block Periodization

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Should I Train Today?

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by Steve Bechtel Well, the obvious answer is, “yes,” but that would make a short article. Let’s go deeper.  You love climbing and you desperately want to do it better. Your tendency is to go hard every session because somehow you think that you could give just a little more and something magical will happen…

In-Depth: Training During Redpoint Phases

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Sequencing of Training

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By Steve Bechtel It’s easy to get stuck in a week-to-week rut of doing the same training over and over again, with very little purposeful structure aimed at actually progressing our ability. In truth, progress can and does happen somewhat accidentally – you keep going out to the crag and spend a whole day, so…

In-Depth: Building Training Capacity

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Q+A: Effective Training Two Days In A Row

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Q: Hey Steve, Wondering how many days on you recommend and if switching between workout types on different days is recommended. -B.H. A: What you did the previous session is the key. Was it a long session? Was it high-intensity or low intensity? Because there are many possible combinations of back-to-back sessions, I built this…

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