All-round Strength

Bouldering has come a long way since John Gill introduced modern dynamics in 1955. Through the study of sport and science, new insights have allowed us to use modern strength and conditioning methods to improve power and performance. All-round power training helps us overcome our natural inefficiencies.Climbing has a lot of repetitive motions. Doing them over and over increases the chances of injury for your muscles and joints.Some cross-training can give your muscles time to rest and alleviate the boredom of always doing the same thing.

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crunch (suspended)

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push up (compression blocks)

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Hollow body hold

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push up (rings)

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Roll-out (rings)

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Reverse crunch

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Ring row (rings)

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Ring flies (rings)

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Lower back lift

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Hand stand push up

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Iron man

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wrist extension

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Push up (Exercise ball)

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Jacknife

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Ab crunch (exercise ball)

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Leg raises

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Pyramid pull ups

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One arm pull-up