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Squeezing in pinch-training and shoulder-press exercises at work.
Finger-strength training à la A-Clamps.
My partner Daniel and I climb on abandoned buildings for training.
This is me on an FA at The Crash Pad climber hostel in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
I know a perfect splitter when I see one.
I have yet to smash the pane of glass above my bedroom door with my axes. It’ll happen at some point, I’m sure.
Heel hooking around the Bridge Traverse at our gîte as part of our post-climb cool-down in Font.
There’s always something to climb if you’re motivated enough.
It’s not really a climbing-training picture, but it’s still pretty cool.
Climbers engage in some odd training activities, from urban climbing, to climbing around a bench without touching the ground, to indoor dry-tooling. Our readers submitted their silly stunts.