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Ben Couldn’t Get Past 5.10 and Now He’s On 5.12a’s!

“TrainingBeta has been extremely beneficial to me. I had no idea how to train for climbing besides some basic 4×4 workouts, and I was having a hard time getting over the 5.10 grade for a couple years. Since doing your 6-week Power Endurance program I am leading 5.11s and top roping 5.12a’s and I’m feeling a lot more confident in my ability to keep improving. Training Beta is definitely worth every penny and I highly recommend it to everyone I meet at the gym and the crag.”

You guys are awesome!
Ben Henson

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  • Trango Vergo Review (1)

Trango Vergo Belay Device Review

Mechanically assisted belay devices are the norm in today's sport climbing world. In theory, they are safer than passive belay devices and also much more user friendly. Just try and think about belaying your partner [...]

By |September 22nd, 2016|
  • Building Climbing Confidence

Climbing Confidence with Crux Crush

All the finger strength and pulling power in the world won't get you up routes at your limit if you can't climb confidently and are consistently sabotaging your own performance.  That being said, building climbing [...]

By |September 21st, 2016|
  • Campus Training 301

Campus 301 with Will Anglin

Over the past couple of months, we shared a series of articles about campus training from coach and trainer Will Anglin.  Will's goal in this series was to explain the ways campusing can be used [...]

By |September 20th, 2016|
  • Vegan or Vegetarian Diet for Climbers

Vegan or Vegetarian Diets for Climbers

Athletes tweaking their diet to maximize performance is nothing new.  However, for whatever reason vegan or vegetarian diets seem to be becoming increasingly more popular amongst climbers.  While there is certainly nothing wrong with this, [...]

By |September 18th, 2016|
  • Treating -Climber's Elbow-

Treating Tendonitis/Tendinosis for Climbers

Elbow pain, whether from tendonitis or tendinosis, can be one of the most frustrating and debilitating climbing injuries.  Because these conditions can seem like minor problems in the beginning, there is a temptation to simply [...]

By |September 17th, 2016|
  • Sam Elias

The Secret to Sam Elias’s Sending Spree

On Monday, I published my podcast interview with Sam Elias. Today I want to tell you how you can train like Sam did in order to go on a sending spree - just like he did. [...]

By |September 15th, 2016|
  • Limit Bouldering with The Power Company

Limit Bouldering with The Power Company

Bouldering is a staple of almost every successful training program.  Simply put, whether you are training for routes or for boulders themselves, bouldering is one of the most effective ways to train power where you [...]

By |September 14th, 2016|
  • Lynn Hill on Dynoing

Lynn Hill on Dynoing

Lynn Hill is a climber who needs no introduction.  However, at 5'1" and a half, Lynn has consistently had to come up with creative beta to allow her to move past long reaches that taller [...]

By |September 13th, 2016|