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An expert looks at the physiology and training of older climbers by age group, from 45 to 50, from 50 to 60 and beyond.
Straps and rings aren't just for gymnasts. These six simple drills require no added weight and will bump your redpoint grade in just months.
As we age, does climbing hard go out the door? According to hard data, the answer is yes—and no.
The main thing that scientists have learned in the last decade is that we can use nutrition to trigger the release of the specific enzymes or hormones that play vital roles in the processes of getting strong or improving endurance.
Upper-body work is the backbone of climbing training, but an inobvious key to success could be stronger legs.
Climbing caught up with Jonathan Siegrist to talk about his sends, his training tips, and the importance of downgrading.