Re-Gram: 9 Climbing Training Photos

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Finding the motivation to train can be difficult. Check out these nine photos of climbers getting after it, submitted by our readers, to help keep your psych high. No excuses!

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Currently, my training consists of a massive amount of PT for a SLAP tear in my shoulder while daydreaming about hard training days like the one shown here.
—Jennifer Nicely

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A steady progression to a front lever from a climbing addict in Quebec.
—Caleb Gingras 

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I like to do circuits to help increase my power-endurance. I also try to mimic moves from my outdoor projects to keep the muscle memory.
—Mike Bowsher

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Maelanie Winsor does weighted hangs on the RV home wall in preparation for the next Bishop climbing season. With a little creativity and dedication, there is always a way to train.
—Daniel Winsor 

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Building pinch power with the systems wall at Kiipeilyareena in Helsinki, Finland.
—Patrick Thurman

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José Alberto Puente bouldering in “el Templete,” our homemade climbing gym in Santander, northern Spain.
—Reini Wallman 

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Training one-arm lockoffs at the Earth Treks gym in Maryland.
—Timothy Grybauskas

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Coach Gordo instructs his star pupil.
—Rose Kenny

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When you live in the middle of Kansas, you have all the gym routes dialed, and the bouldering wall is 12 feet tall... the obvious solution is trad-rack pull-ups in the hallway of your tiny apartment.
—Ella Magerl