Get More Power Endurance for Routes or Boulders
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 4 weeks, have an active rest week, then you’re set free 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.
See Kris In Action Training Emily Harrington
This is a taste of what you’ll experience while following the training program. Having a solid plan created by a professional could be the difference between sending and failing.