my expirience....

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Hawkman
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Postby Hawkman » Fri May 19, 2006 4:19 pm

Cooee Admin! This smells of spam! Couldn't chuck it in the bin please?

This is much better imho.
http://www.immortal.net.au/climbing/resources/training/workout_from_hell.html[/url]
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arno
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Postby arno » Sat May 20, 2006 8:04 am

Sounds rad Hawkman!! Thanx. Definitely gonna give it a try.
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Hawkman
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Postby Hawkman » Sat May 20, 2006 5:21 pm

No worries, currently into week 2 of first phase. Still can't do all the excercises without failure at some point, but am getting there. Build it up slow and take breaks if you need to (i.e listen to what your body is telling you) very easy to push too hard and get injured. Started on baby-weights for some exercises (2.5kg), but mostly 5kg - 7.5 for some, and 10kgs for wrist-curls. Have to bench press 20kg - cos that's what the the BAR weighs :cry: I use a cross-trainer (running machine thing cos my knees are buggered from riding dirtbikes) and rowing machine (highly recommed it if you can get access to one) for warming up, and down. Plenty of stretching, before, during and after exercises.

The WFH does make you go EINA! and doesn't leave you much time for climbing, but does mean you can eat lots of red meat and drink beer. :lol:
\"When you look into the abyss, the abyss also looks into you\". - Oom Nietzsche


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