Falcon Guides Training For Climbing
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Training For Climbing presents a unique synthesis of leading-edge strength training methods, tried-and-true practice strategies, and powerful mental training techniques that will empower you to climb better--regardless of your current ability.
Drawing on research in sports medicine, nutrition and fitness, the enhanced digital book,. After purchasing this enhanced digital book, you will be shipped a card with coded access to a digital download of. Download. Enhanced content includes interactive photos, clickable links, video content embedded in the text-the experience is more akin to reading a website than a simple e-book. Includes easy-to-use note taking, smart search for content, and up-to-date tips from readers and experts. Author: Eric J. Horst. Softcover; 282 pages; color photographs. Morris Book Publishing, LLC; copyright 2008. Updated edition includes expanded chapters on training technique, mental skills, strength and endurance. Book will help any climber achieve superior performance and better mental concentration on the rock, with less risk of injury. Highly entertaining, idea-packed and loaded with practical techniques and strategies. Begins with a logical progression of self-analysis and goal setting. Follows with an in-depth look at the vital mental and technical skills that separate the best from the rest. Breakthrough chapters on sport-specific strength training present the principles of effective training. Details dozens of exercises with color photographs, as well as sample personalized training programs for climbers of all abilities. Expert advice on the often overlooked subjects of performance nutrition, accelerating recovery and the prevention and treatment of climbing injuries.
Globe Pequot Press Training For Climbing 2nd Edition
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Drawing on new research in sports medicine, nutrition, and fitness, this book offers a training program to help any climber achieve superior performance and better mental concentration on the rock, with less risk of injury.