Post by hangboarderjon on May 4, 2020 14:07:40 GMT -7
Has anyone experimented with making up hangboard workouts that move-for-move simulate an entire route?
Since I don't have a specific project picked out but I want to develop general-use skills and strength, I was thinking it would be fun to do something like the following that includes most of the skills and strengths needed to complete a route.
1 set consists of 8 rounds of:
a) 7 second hang b) pull into full lock off, 3 seconds c) 3 pullups (all on same starting hold) d) 3 chair step up per leg e) Clip a rope, tied into harness, into draw
Repeat for 8 rounds, accounting for 8 different hand and draw clipping positions for the mock lead clips, and alternate holds and body positions (for instance, simulate overhang with a chair under the feet).
Do 2 sets, plus the following, to compose a single pitch: 10 calf raises per foot While standing on toes, "build an anchor" on the hangboard. After building the anchor and clipping in, haul the rope up to simulate bringing up the second. One could also clip a personal anchoring system into a support, and simulate a hanging belay.