What could be better than a one-hour Q & A with coach Hörst about all things training? 15 questions on a wide range of topics…and hopefully more than a few that will hit home with you. Enjoy!
4:15 – Question: What advice do you have for returning to crimping after an A2 pulley injury?
7:35 – Question: What are your recommendations for incorporating some strength training in a my routine?
11:40 – Question: What do you think of post-workout cold-water immersion for reducing pain and accelerating recovery?
16:00 – Question: What can I do to prevent getting sowing-machine leg?
19:22 – Question: What are your thoughts on deadlifting for climbing?
25:25 – Question: What can I do to reduce chronic pain and stiffness in my neck muscles?
28:15 – Question: What vitamin supplements do you take?
34:30 – Question: What’s the ideal length of break between doing two climbing workouts in a day?
36:20 – Question: My project involves a lot of stemming–what can I do to train specifically for better stemming?
38:20 – Question: What finger grip positions do you recommend for training?
42:06 – Question: What the best strategy for pushing into the next level when projecting? Read more about effective projecting >>
46:48 – Question: What do you think of campus training for youth climbers?
49:09 – Question: Since I didn’t start climbing until age 35, how long can I improve in strength and climbing ability? Read more about climbing hard through middle age here>>
51:15 – Question: Do you agree with the idea that most climbers are already strong enough to climb the next grade?
53:25 – Question: Is there a vegan version of collagen supplement? Learn about a plant-based protein for climbers >>
55:15 – Question: When’s the right time for a new climber to begin some hangboard training?
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