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Training For Perfomance

Will Gadd:

If you “train” more than you do your sport then you’re probably confusing the reasons you train. Which is OK; “training” can be a sport. Crossfit is a sport in my mind, and I respect those athletes because they train with meaning and intensity and then (mostly) leave that in the gym. But there’s some dissonance between thinking you’re training for a sport and then never actually doing the sport you’re training for.

Sound like anyone you know?

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A Climbing Life Opus #1 – Romain Desgranges – Inside life

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Sean McColl Training

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Climb Like Chris Sharma: His Tips, Part 1

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Keep It Simple

Sonnie Trotter provides five tips for getting better at climbing rooted in the following premise:

The worlds most accomplished sport climber and boulderer Adam Ondra has recently completed his first one arm chin up according to Planet Mountain.com.   This fact only reinforces what I (and dozens of other climbers and coaches) have said for years, the key to climbing hard is not in the arms at all.  It’s mostly in the fingers and core.

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Training Tips From Justen Sjong

Training Tips From Justen Sjong

Justen Sjong shares several good training tips with Evening Sends

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