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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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Energy System Training

When you go to train are you dissatisfied until you leave the gym completely pumped and totally wrecked?  While it is definitely fun to push ourselves really hard when climbing, going to the point of [...]

By | December 1st, 2016|

Kraft Factory Training – Shoulder Stability

Coaches Dicki Korb and Patrick Matros of Germany's Kraft Factory are the trainers behind Alex Megos' success so they clearly know a thing or two about producing high level climbers.  With many of their training [...]

By | November 27th, 2016|

Rings/TRX Workout Video

If you have ever watched a gymnast perform a ring routine, their upper body and core strength are extremely apparent.  While being able to hold an iron cross isn't necessary for hard climbing, using rings [...]

By | November 25th, 2016|

Anderson Brothers Core Training

Whether you prefer climbing slabs, steep sport routes, or difficult boulder problems, improving your core strength will have a positive effect on your climbing performance.  However, exactly how to train your core in a functional, [...]

By | November 22nd, 2016|

Training For Climbing – Finger Strength Video

If you follow this blog, then you've definitely noticed that we believe finger strength training on a hangboard is one of the foundations of training for climbing.  While we do our best to provide you [...]

By | November 19th, 2016|

Barbell Rehab

When people talk about strength training for climbing, most assume that it should be focused primarily on finger strength and our ability to pull.  While both of these attributes are definitely important, focusing entirely on [...]

By | November 18th, 2016|

Lattice Training Interview with Will Bosi

If you follow the climbing media, it seems like a new teenage crusher is always popping up.  It can be easy to get lost in who is now the youngest to climb whatever grade, and [...]

By | November 13th, 2016|

Microwaves and Nutrition

Now, I know what you're thinking.  Typically nothing healthy comes out of a microwave, so how can we be posting an article about microwaves and nutrition?  However, while microwaves are often used to quickly heat [...]

By | November 12th, 2016|