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General Climbing Discussion

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System Holds/ Training 3-Oct-2007 At 9:50:25 AM JBM
I just use normal gym holds on a 45 degree overhanging wall. I just make sure that I find similar holds (eg crimp, open hand, etc) to train both right and left sides. I do the exercises in both the open (with one foot and one hand off) and drop knee positions.

I've stayed away from "systems" hold per se as I want to work a variety of holds beyond what is normall included on these.

For good info and video clips - go to and look in the schoolroom section.

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