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Rock Climbing Training

Keep the same pace and intensity during your rock climbing training workout as you would during a climbing competition or real rock climbing. Hard tenacious training prepares you for rock climbing. Whatever the specific skill you are developing during the workout, give it 100%.

Pick a rock climbing training program that will meet your goals. Keep your rock climbing training plan going all year. This will keep you in better shape mentally and physically, reduce the potential for injury, and will result in higher strength, endurance, and aerobic capacity.

Target a specific function of muscle (strength, burst, or endurance). Continually analyze your performance and modify your workouts to target specific muscle functions. Understanding how to target and train specific muscle functions will help you develop and manage your rock climbing training plan.

Stay in shape all year using a good climbing exercise program or it will be more difficult to get into shape and harder on your body than if you stayed in shape throughout the winter. Additionally, you will be more likely to injure yourself when you pick up your rock climbing training routines again. Develop a good rock climbing training plan and stick with it all year.

Plan breaks in your rock climbing training to allow for recovery. Do not workout on sore muscles. Stimulate blood flow to sore muscles with a massage and stretching, not another workout. If you train too intensively for too long, you run the risk of overtraining. Too much training will not allow muscles to recovery and can be just as limiting to your progress as inadequate training.

For effective Rock Climbing Training, you should:

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