In this episode, learn tips for effective projecting a route or boulder problem, as well as the importance of a trust-the-process mindset.
Also, a bunch of great viewer questions answered!
0:15 – Welcome to a remote TC from Vegas!
1:00 – First, we shall commune with coffee. Raise a cup with me!
1:55 – Incredible Drew has climbed and trained so hard for the past year without injury.
5:40 – MAIN TOPIC: Effective Projecting…and Trusting the Process.
7:00 – The 6 steps/phases of effective projecting…
7:45 – Step 1: Picking the right project for you in the context of your current situation. Do you want/need to send it quickly?
9:00 – What type of project routes will make you a better climber?
10:20 – Step 2: Chuck down the route or boulder problem into 2 to 5 logical parts.
10:45 – Example: My project route “Warlords” at Mt. Charleston…and how I approached this route.
15:10 – Step 3: Work the route bolt to bolt to size up the sequences…then get to work on the crux chunk.
17:45 – Step 4: Identify the FEELING of doing the hardest moves the right way. CRITICAL!
19:25 – Learn the SECRET to succeeding on the crux sequence…
21:43 – Step 5: Begin linking chunks…from the crux chunk to the top, before beginning redpoint attempts from the ground.
23:05 – Step 6: Begin redpoint attempts from the ground.
24:00 – The “surprise send” phenomenon!
25:15 – Trust the process and let the send happen organically.
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED!
28: 15 – YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED!
28:45 – Question: What time of day does your body most synthesis collagen…in tendons and ligaments? When to train/rehab tendons….and consume collagen to support the process?
32:00 – The value of doing 2 or 3 shorter workouts per day rather than 1 long session.
34:10 – How best to engage in ARC training for climbing-specific endurance?
37:40 – How to train when I don’t have access to a climbing gym?
39:22 – How much rest should I take between dedicated training blocks?
42:32 – Learn the benefits of a DELOAD week!
43:35 – Is there value in using fascial release tools?
46:00 – Comments about overuse injuries in climbers…
47:17 – What are some off-the-wall exercises and stretching that I can do, especially on rest days?
49:20 – When will PhysiVantage be available in Europe?
50:40 – Use of a DUP training schedule rather than a conventional periodization scheme.
51:50 – Learn how I apply a DUP training scheme when I’m climbing most weekends.
55:10 – How can I stay in shape while on a 2-year mission out of the country?
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