Serious climbers know that climbing performance is achieved with planning, discipline, passion and consistence. You don't need a gimmicky app, just something that let you draw your motivation. We make climbing training specific and actionable. That’s it. Nothing else. No distractions. No fillers. No kidding ourselves that we can be good at everything at once. No trying to climb the whole world. We just do our best to conquer our bit of it. So how do we use these printables?
Before this existed, my training was messy, lazy and disorganized. Now I feel I have full control, knowledge and motivation for my climbing because I can see exactly where I am in my progression.
Plan your climbing trip, decide your budget, keep control of your core tasks.
Choose your training focus and list down your target exercises. Allocate deadlines and track your attempts.
Set dates, climbing projects and target specific routes in the order you want to accomplish them.
Asses your climbing level based in 17 specific climbing skills listed. Take action on each.
Set measurable, time sensitive goals that you can achieve. Establish your objectives before anything else.
Highly motivating training planning system that can be put into practice immediately and show results. I tried apps and software to realize the best way to plan your training is simply with pen, paper and the worksheets.
Treat each route attempted as a project towards your bigger goals. Look back and notice your improvement.
Log your bouldering sessions so you know how, when and how many times it takes you to complete specific problems.
Measure your blood pressure, stay accountable and aware of your metabolic changes.
Relate your goals to target climbing grades, track your attempts and record your results.
Get a close measure of your finger strength in multiple handholds. Reinforce your tendons and track your best attempts.
Draw campus patterns that you can then execute. Compare results from session to session to find your right dosage towards power gains.
Give yourself an objective bouldering challenge and see your results reflected in the bouldering challenge scoresheet.
An ingenious approach to climbing tracking that made me climb 5.12 in 6 months. Before this I was struggling to even put a weekly training schedule together
A selection of specific tests that will measure your finger strength, contact strength, power endurance and overall level.
Aim for a performance peak at any given day and figure out the right combination of drills and exercises.
Create a bar graph of your progression during training cycles. Find out what days you do best and why.
I watched climbing videos and spent $300 in climbing courses at my local gym. I learned a lot, but the training printables were without a doubt, the most effective co-pilot for my training. The things I like most about the worksheets was the very thorough and clear format along with the ease to follow up.
Use this printable pack to set goals for your climbing training process, track workouts and meals, journal your progress, test your self with evaluations and set new benchmarks. This is a collection of PDF letter size printable, available
INSTANT DOWNLOAD. Print out, fill in, stay organized and motivated with your climbing improvement.
There is not a single day on my climbing training where I don't know where I am at. When I journal my training, I gain full control and direction towards my goals.
Climbing movement requires lean muscle. Lean muscle requires a balanced protein based plan that keeps you powered to your goals.
List of exercises including the dosage and resting times
No more guesswork, no more running around the gym trying random problems and routes. Training is a plan. It has schedules and routines, it has a process and a set of exercises with dosages designed to help you reach maximum climbing performance. Nutrition is also a plan and you must have it contracted into your workout cycle.
"Superb material for self coaching, making us change our way of thinking in order to become effective, more disciplined climbers."