Get More Power Endurance for Routes or Boulders
With Our 6-Week Power Endurance Training Program
If you find that you can do all the moves on your route or boulder problem projects, but you can’t quite put all the moves together, then you have a need for power endurance. This program will help you build it so you can send harder and more quickly than ever before. You’ll train for 5 weeks, then have an active rest week, then you’re ready to start sending.
- 4 Unique Workouts Every Week
- 1 “Optional” Workout for Busy People
- Climbing, core, fitness
- Campusing, fingerboard
- Scalable to every climber
- Download ebook to any device
- Money back guarantee
Why We Made This Program
I was trying routes and boulders that had these long sections of hard climbing, and I kept falling off, even though each move in isolation didn’t feel super hard for me. I wanted to get so strong that I could do all those hard moves in a row.
I needed a power endurance climbing training program. Sure, there are plenty of “training programs” out there, but I wanted someone to tell me exactly what to do and when to do it.
I wanted to know:
- how many sets
- how many reps
- how many routes
- how many boulders
- and how hard they should be
I wanted someone to tell me exactly what to do on the campus board, and exactly what to do in the weight room.
I wanted to get stronger, but none of the books, websites, or free pdfs online were able to tell me exactly how to do that. Maybe I’m a needy individual, but I wanted a personal rock climbing trainer right next to me, guiding me step-by-step through every workout.
I just didn’t want to pay for that.
Personal climbing trainers all cost about $60/hour or more.
Then I realized that you probably want the same thing. I mean, we’re all out there competing against ourselves to be the best rock climbers we can be, right? We all want to train to get stronger.
So I called Kris Peters up and asked him to write us all a power endurance training program.
And that’s how this training program was born. It’s a downloadable PDF that contains 4 workouts per week for any level of climber (it’s scalable) to help build power endurance. And it works.
What People Are Saying
The training plan went great! I have been climbing for around 12 years, I think 8 years of that I have been climbing in the same range of difficulty. After going though the plan I felt stronger and was able to push beyond that difficulty. I have a 2 year old son, run a small business and have another son on the way. The plan was flexible enough for me to fit it my schedule. I am looking forward to running through it again in a few months.
Nathan from Akron, OH
Rock Candy Holds
Thanks for the program – its been exciting. Above all, I was able to have some discipline and not just spend weeks and weeks projecting, which is undoubtedly cool! I feel that I don’t get pumped as often/quickly, which is cool because I’ve been able to rope climb in a more confident way… rests simply became better.
When I started training with Kris last year, I thought I knew how to train myself. After a few sessions, I immediately realized I needed a ton of help. Kris showed me how to cross train, motivated me, and kept in touch with me consistently to make sure the training was going well. Without it, there’s no way I would’ve trained well enough to win nationals again! I, of course, kept training with him from then on, and I feel stronger than ever!
The first time I met Kris I knew instantly what we shared in common: passion. He had a passion to meet my training needs, to motivate me, and simply to make me smile. I had a passion of trying to get stronger, mentally and physically, and we worked really well together from the start. Kris is organized and he takes pride in his job, which was a reflection on my improvement in climbing. One thing that stood out to me was his adaptability. When I had ankle surgery last fall, he got creative and worked around even being on crutches. Without him, I would have never made as quick of a recovery. Overall, Kris is a fantastic trainer with the perfect combination of caring about his athlete while maintaining sternness.
Courtney (Sanders) Woods