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 By: Jens Larssen  | Date: 2011-11-15  | Category: Tips & Tricks    | Comment  

Training/Jens: Let us say you have been going to the gym 2-3 times a week during the winter and now your next trip is just four weeks away. There is no universal trick to get a quick peak. It is individual and different for every sport/discipline but here are some guide lines that might help you to sit with that million-dollar-smile at the After climb.

Avoid power-endurance training, getting pumped and lactate. Instead you should focus on power training through bouldering for two weeks but make sure you rest enough so you do not get pumped.

The last two weeks you should let your muscles rest and just do volume training in order to maximize your blood circulation capacity. While doing your easy moves you could combine this with some technical and stretching drills like; High Step, Cross over, Dynoing, Speed climbing etc.

Every session during the four weeks, you could start with some recruitment training of the gripping position and steepness you most likely will be challenged on. Last and equally important, print out a tick list from the data base and do some analyses of which routes might suite you the best. Good Luck :-)