Thanks to replica training, Will Bosi was able to wrestle the first repetition from one of the most difficult boulders in the world. However, what led to success in the case of Burden of Dreams does not necessarily apply to all projects. Because: Even replica training has its downsides.
There has been much debate about the merits of replicas in connection with Burden of Dreams and the realistic replicas at the Lattice headquarters in Sheffield. How Will Bosi in conversation with his longtime trainer Tom randall performs, this form of training also has its disadvantages. For example, because replica training is extremely specific and consequently very intense for the skin, resulting in having to rest longer or sacrificing other training sessions. The Scottish professional climber shares other exciting assessments in the following conversation with Lattice.
Will Bosi on the downside of replica training
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