Circo ibérico 9a/+ by Alex Garriga

Friday, 26 June

Alex Garriga, who previoulsy has done ten 9a's and one 9a+, seems to be back in great shape after the lockdown having done Circo Ibérico 9a/+ in Cuenca. (c) Mario Martinez Munoz

The 22-year-old reports also on his Insta that he has done two 8c+/9a FA's in Cuenca; Copadrina and Marillion where the latter goes through a 20 meter roof forcing him to do many one-arm pull-ups, as shown in the video.
How can you explain being in so good shape after the lockdown?

I trained a lot during the quarantine. I was not allowed to leave my home. I built a small climbing wall and a crimp board at home and TRX. I trained like seven hours a day and rested only after four days. It was like two months of hard training at home and one month of outdoor bouldering before getting back on the rope.

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