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Training Notes; my #stayathome training

Training Notes; my #stayathome training

I just started for one week with my training routine again, after one week of total rest (the first non-climbing holidays in years). And then…. there was the shutdown. The gym closed, and the government asked us to stay at home as much as possible.…
Sustainability and maintenance

Sustainability and maintenance

No opportunity to train? Is the gym closed? Afraid to lose everything you build up? Luckily it’s not going that fast losing everything you worked hard for. Although it also depends on how well you have built it up. Sustainability When training 3 – 6…
What do I train with FITclimbing workouts?

What do I train with FITclimbing workouts?

HIIT Workouts Boulder, Boulder Power and Lead With our HIIT workouts for lead and boulder you will train your heart (muscle) and will develop local anaerobic fitness and maximum performance. You will train at the right intensity (more than regular climbing training, see also HIITraining…
Functional strength training

Functional strength training

Strength is an essential element in climbing. Strength is easy to train. But to train strength in the right way without injuries can be a challenge. Often, strength training in climbing ends up with only specific strength training without a solid base of overall strength…
HIITraining For Climbing

HIITraining For Climbing

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) has already been used in different sports for a long time. Training your anaerobic system is very intensive, and therefore, it is hard to train very often. Because you mix anaerobic training with aerobic training it means you can maintain…
Food, important fuel for training

Food, important fuel for training

To eat enough and feed your body is important to deliver a (top)performance. Your body needs good nutritions. It’s one of the most important factors that influences sports performance. Not choosing the right nutritions or don’t eat enough (or too much) can completely destroy your…
Identify your (FIT)climbing Level

Identify your (FIT)climbing Level

Before you can start training with FITclimbing, you need to identify your Start Level. Follow the guidelines below to Identify your HIIT, Strength and Running Start Level. Your Lead and Boulder Start Level Your Start Level for Lead and Boulder is the level you climb…
Why training with a heart rate monitor?

Why training with a heart rate monitor?

The missing link in sport climbing. Highly motivated you are climbing to the crux boulder. Moving up with tiny crimpers or big slopers but everytime it goes wrong. You are losing the precision of your footwork, your arms chickenwing and your hands just simply fail.…