Whether beginner or pro, many climbers make the same mistakes when training fingerboards. In the video, professional climber and coach Tom Randall clears up the three most common mistakes and explains the effect of fatigue, as well as body and grip position on training success.
Fingerboard training can bring a significant increase in strength but also injuries. Explains how to avoid the latter Tom randall, professional climber and coach for many years. He has worked with a great many climbers over the past 20 years and has closely observed the fingerboard revolution. In doing so, he found that significant mistakes were made.
Tom Randall has picked out the three most common and goes into more depth in the following video:
- Fingerboard training when you are too tired
- posture when hanging
- Too much focus on open grip positions
Video: Fingerboard Training - 3 Common Mistakes
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