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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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  • Coping with the Down Times in Climbing

Coping with the Down Times in Climbing

If you commit to climbing for an extended period of time, then you will inevitably encounter periods where you simply can't seem to try your hardest.  While it would certainly be nice to be able [...]

By |August 27th, 2016|
  • Jonathan Siegrist- One Last Ass-Kicking Memory On The Diamond

Jonathan Siegrist: One Last Ass-Kicking Memory on the Diamond

We usually don't post articles about a professional climbers sends no matter how impressive they are.  However, this article, from the Arc'teryx Blog, by Jonathan Siegrist about his recent ascent of the Direct Dunn Westbay on [...]

By |August 26th, 2016|
  • Muscle Cramp Prevention-

Muscle Cramp Prevention

Anyone who has ever suffered from a muscle cramp knows how debilitating they can be.  Because of this muscle cramps have the ability to sabotage your performance and undermine months of training and hard work. [...]

By |August 23rd, 2016|
  • Yoga Warm Up for Climbing

The Yoga Warm Up for Climbing

For most climbers, the standard method of warming up is to just start climbing on easy terrain.  While this is definitely part of an effective climbing warm up, simply jumping on the climbing wall or rock [...]

By |August 19th, 2016|
  • Dynoing Basics with Connor Griffith

Dynoing Basics with Connor Griffith

If you have never dynoed before, then watching someone explode upwards, fly through the air, and latch the next hold can seem like a miracle and something totally out of your ability level.  However, dynoing, [...]

By |August 17th, 2016|
  • Projecting Rock Climbs with Eric Hörst

Projecting Rock Climbs with Eric Hörst

If you've ever invested in projecting a route or boulder problem, then you know that a lot more goes into success than simply being strong enough to send the route.  Using good tactics to efficiently [...]

By |August 16th, 2016|
  • Eva Lopez Climbing Injury Prevention II

Eva Lopez Climbing Injury Prevention II

A couple weeks ago we posted the first half of an interview Dr. Jared Vagy, The Climbing Doctor, did with Spanish climber and trainer Eva Lopez about injury prevention and what she does to keep herself [...]

By |August 14th, 2016|
  • Hangboard Ladders with Steve Bechtel

Hangboard Ladders with Steve Bechtel

At this point, most climbers understand that using a hangboard is the best way to build finger strength.  However, while hangboards are simple tools, using them properly and with minimal risk of injury is a little [...]

By |August 12th, 2016|