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Jul 5, 2011, 11:30 PM

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Re: [jdgilberg] 24HHH training
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jdgilberg wrote:
I've recently started my training for 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell and had a few questions about if my methods are the right way to go.

I have been setting a weekly goal of a certain number of moves to hit over 3 climbing days. I am doing bouldering circuits that range from 25-60 moves in duration and 5.8-5.11- in difficulty. My current set up is to increase the number of moves every few weeks as well as gradually increase the number of moves at a higher difficulty while trying to not get super pumped.

The circuits usually last between 1:00 and 1:30 and I do 3:00 of rest. So today I got in 720 moves with half being 5.10 or so in about an hour.

I'm unsure if I should concentrate on doing these same type workouts and gradually reduce the rest or if I should try to drop the difficulty way down and go for longer times on the wall, thanks for any advice you may have
What are your goals, specifically?

What type of climbing do you want to be better prepared for after your training?

Are you training to increase your performance on a specific length and/or type of route? If so, what are they?

Perhaps you have more details than what is available at http://www.twofourhell.com



(This post was edited by Learner on Jul 5, 2011, 11:36 PM)



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