"The bottom line is that climbing your best and pushing yourself are sometimes uncomfortable."
How Jonathan Siegrist, possibly the most prolific sport climber in the United States, trained his anti-style and went from a vertical crimp specialist to a steep cave crusher.
Almost every climber has ambitions, but often we simply don’t know how to move forward or at what pace—and so, perhaps, we plateau. Fortunately, there are five simple ways to track your goals and encourage steady progress.
Is it true that the most effective way to improve your climbing is to simply climb? Yes. At least up to a certain point.
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