High Performance Climbing
Mobility, Flexibility, and Rehab
Planning and Periodization
Power Endurance Training
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In this short video, I talk about the evolution of our block periodization plans. The process of moving from continuous overload training, to classical periodization, to non-linear, and then arriving at block training is explained. I captured this video in a training seminar, but took a while to edit it into a useful from. I had planned to write this out in an article, but I felt the graphical representation was good and the explainations sufficient. You'll have to forgive the framing, but getting the graphics in the shot was more important than getting myself in!
System Training: Power Endurance
This is the third installment in the System Training video series. In this section, we explore how to convert strength and power movements on the System Wall to develop better power endurance and endurance.
Clearly, the System Board is not the ideal training device for endurance, but for end-of-session sets and for those stuck with no other mode of training, we can see massive gains both in local endurance and systemic improvements. By carefully planning and progressing sessions, I think you can do as much with a small home wall as most people can with a giant indoor gym.
System Training: Strength and Power
Part two of our system video series deals with strength and power exercises we do on the system wall. This short video accompanies our System Training article and is provided to give you a clearer vision for what some of these exercises are.
We use the board for both upper body isometric and concentric strength, as well as power-type moves. Exercises range from basic laddering and lock-offs to more advanced moves such as pull-into-position or big lobs. This video is a good reference for those confused by the posted workouts.
System Training: Body Positioning
In part one of the System Video series, we show the six primary body positioning exercises we use for our sessions. Specific programming for these exercises can be found in the System Board Training articles and in the strength articles.
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