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Sep 13, 2011, 3:11 PM

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Re: [unbrbldeath] training to surpass my limit
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unbrbldeath wrote:
sungam wrote:
Definitely seems like a case of needing to train smarter, not more often. Your volumee seems to be fine.

When you "train", what do you do? Just boulder about, or do you have a structure?

I don't have much of a structure other than warming up for 30-45min and cooling down with some laps on a campus board. Normally i'll climb until I feel warm enough to start climbing my V6 projects and go around the gym trying them a few times each.

"cooling down on the campus board"

This line right here tells me that you do not have a structured training regime. No one in there right mind would "cool" down on a campus board.

To break into higher grades takes more than wandering around trying problems haphazardly as the others have suggested. Being able to be in a gym for 5 hours suggest what you are doing is unfocused. If you are training properly 5 hours sessions are way too long.

Go into each session with a training goal in mind and achieve that goal. Find out why you are failing and configure your training to eliminate those weaknesses.

Quality over quantity. Spend less but more focused time in the gym. Read what others have suggested.

Moonclimbing is also a good resource as well.

(This post was edited by bentgate03 on Sep 13, 2011, 3:12 PM)

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