In this two part series Wild Country athlete James Pearson delves into training for rock climbing and gives us his take on training for stamina climbs. In the videos he looks at pure endurance routes as well as power endurance routes and gives some simple, basic, techniques for training both of these.
In part two he looks at Power endurance training for routes of between 15 and 30 moves and discusses some training techniques you can use at nearly any wall. As well as this he takes in some mental and strategic pointers to help you on your way.
James Pearson has put these techniques to good use in his transition from a boulderer and short route specialist to someone who has repointed long 9a routes and plenty of other long sustained climbs too.
You can check out James’s profile here: bit.ly/Zlvz9j
You can also check out Wild Country's latest harness range including the superb new Eclipse (as worn by James in the video) as well as the new Blaze and Boost here: bit.ly/15lkhUT
Thanks to Neil Bentley and the Foundry Climbing Centre, Sheffield, for their help in making this training film.