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New Indy Pass 5.14

by Mark Anderson

It’s been ages since I’ve done a proper road trip. Camping with young kids can border on misery, so we’ve made a point to avoid it since Logan came along. 1,373 more words

Spray

Designing a Home Training Wall

by Mark Anderson

A home climbing wall offers many advantages to the performance-oriented climber. Chief among them are:

  • Convenience – with a wall literally in your backyard, commuting time and cost is eliminated along with most other excuses for skipping workouts.
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Training

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING FOR MUAY THAI PART 2: A 3 Phase Plan

In my last post I was looking at the idea of strength and conditioning in muay thai, current attitudes towards it and the possible benefits to be reaped from it. 1,240 more words

Training & Conditioning

Training for Gnar: Intro

Now, I’m not a certified expert on the subject of training, but I do have a lot of tips to give. I train like a complete masochist, pouring every ounce of my being into each session as if my life depends on it, because it does. 1,428 more words

Delivered From Purgatory

by Mark Anderson

I’m a big fan of puzzles. Crossword puzzles, brainteasers, jigsaw puzzles. Without a doubt, my favorite part of project climbing is solving the sequence puzzle. 2,066 more words

Training

The Original Campus Board

by Mark Anderson

As soon as Kate and I committed to a trip to Germany, I started looking for information on “The Campus Center”, the birthplace (and namesake) of the Campus Board. 1,533 more words

Training

Don't Call it a Comeback!

As most avid readers know, my family and I spent the last 3 years living in the Florida Panhandle, far from climbing. In May, we made it back to Colorado, and our home in the mountains. 1,657 more words

Training