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I think a lot of people miss that to begin with and that gets me really psyched. Kris Hampton: Like you said, it’s going to be very different depending on your training history and what level you were at prior to this. They don’t play, is really what is happening. Basically just find new performance goals within the circumstances. This would make this easier,” and you can mess with those progressions and regressions. One is I think it’s really useful for most people to do a sort of reality check and realize – and this is a conversation you have to just get going – that if things like their personal safety, their health, or their uncertainty of life are really affected by anything at the moment, and everyone is kind of on a different part of the spectrum, it’s a good conversation to have to say if any of those three factors or all three in combination are significantly affected, you are going to struggle with motivation. He’s become well-known for his ability to pick apart climbing movement and find ways to effectively improve those elusive skills. I’m keen to do a mixture of flexibility and mobility work but I think it’s really good to do some weighted work as well for the higher end climbers. Pay attention to the aspect of when they’re in the sun, when it’s good for you to be on your project, when it’s good for your partner to be on their project, and plan out the season as best as you can. I’m going to start with you, Kris, on this. Well, I think number one I would say, “When is the next time you’re going to need to access it?” We know that endurance is a quality that is really easy to get back once you’ve lost a little. I’ve always fancied one of those online Zumba classes. You guys know the drill. Just to remind you, we do have that ebook for you if you want help with your training at home beyond what they just told you. Kris Hampton: You can find me @powercompanyclimbing on all the social medias and at powercompanyclimbing.com on the interwebs. Kris Hampton: Well, I think number one I would say, “When is the next time you’re going to need to access it?” We know that endurance is a quality that is really easy to get back once you’ve lost a little. If you’ve got the skill set there originally developed you will feel rusty when you come back and sure, some people seem to settle back into things really, really quickly and others take longer. Talk to you soon. Those are two things that we don’t really think about. Afficher les profils des personnes qui s’appellent Steve Bechtel. You’re not going to have your highest performance levels the day you get back to the crag after this but you want to come out of this being somewhat fit and somewhat healthy, rather than being someone that has been kept in a room for the last eight months. Welcome to the TrainingBeta podcast where I talk with climbers and trainers about how we can get a little better at our favorite sport. You might have a milk jug. There are a lot of components to skill and becoming better at any skill that don’t involve necessarily doing that exact skill. It’s good to put challenges within exercises themselves because it challenges you mentally and I think it’s good to not end up becoming that climber who is just the wooden plank that is really good at hanging off an edge but literally moves like a metal fork. There’s a few different things we’re trying to look at. We have a template for you to create your own strength circuit workout and some sample workouts depending on which equipment pieces you have. What I want to do is I want to replace my system board training with a deadhanging session. It feels like you’re on a board. Like, to look at what Sam’s got to do and at what our daughter Annabelle has to do, and then try to fit our work around that. Coming up with something that is a progressive plan and something that changes the overloads throughout the week or day-by-day is going to be really important. You can’t just win the battle in two weeks of suddenly changing what you’re doing at home. I would say again go back to, ‘Can I get my fingers stronger in two days on the fingerboard rather than three? Sam is a sixth grader and half of his normal day is spent with all of his friends so it’s a really socially developmental time for him. One is Steve Bechtel, one is Kris Hampton, and one is Tom Randall. Steve mentioned that just general fitness is going to be really helpful and if that’s all you’ve got available right now then we should be doing some of that. I think that’s good for our psyche as well as for our bodies. It was clear she was training hard and adding difficulty to her sessions. Damn. Steve Bechtel (March 19, 1970) is a rock climber with first ascents all over the world. Steve Bechtel: I think it’s really important to take a good look at what the loading cycle of your training is and how much time you spend at each of these intensities. The first question I’m going to pose is: how, in general, should people be training at home if they’re going to keep training, or should we keep training? Otherwise it ends up being this eternal sick day of, ‘Eh, I guess I’ll eat a little something. Steve Bechtel is presenting at the upcoming Virtual Performance Climbing Coach Summit! Our schedules have clashed a little bit and I’ve found myself getting frustrated that my normal schedule has been totally disrupted in that way. When we start broadening the loading spectrum there it opens up a lot of worlds to us. Just because you’re bored and you’re going off the walls, don’t break from that. They’re all super smart, really funny, and I had a really good time with them as always. Bechtel donated $50 million towards the new base which has been named The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. You mentioned motivationally and I want to pivot to motivation because it seems to be on a lot of peoples’ minds. For me, it really hasn’t changed what we do all that much but it did send me into: ‘make sure all my coaches are okay, make sure everybody’s still making money but also safe and their families are good.’ We all kind of went into overdrive trying to get our clients set up with whatever they had at home to make sure everybody was going to make it through this and try to stay sane through it. Of course, you also have to bear in mind the body positions and where your arms are above your head as well. I’ve actually even been looking for ways to stay motivated. It’s a hard transition to make emotionally. Then, doing a repeaters exercise on anything like 5 on/5 off, 7 on/3 off, 10 on/2 off. Even watch Tiger King, even though everyone already has. 5.0 out of 5 stars 1. All of the things they put out are great. We’re programming really similar to what these guys are doing. Kris is a very good teacher and he has a lot of important and useful things to say so definitely check out his website. If you have some amount of perspective, the thing I would remind people is we have been living in very, very easy times. A lot of it is actually quite submaximal and down at maybe 70%, 75%, 80%. Narrowing your base – there’s all sorts of ways to make things harder so explore those things. I really appreciate them sitting down and giving us a bunch of wisdom for free and doing it all together. I’m just going to try to talk about how people should be training at home, what to focus on, how to keep motivated, those kinds of things. It gets a lot of people really motivated. Neely Quinn: I kind of want to go into this ‘training too much’ thing because I think you guys are right. I’m going to start with Steve and we’re going to go through everybody. We’re really limited in that way. Norbert John Bechtel, 75, died November 3, 2020, at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center. The one thing I would add is that if all you have is a hangboard and you’re trying to add all of this extra time and extra training, you’re going to burn out and lose motivation much faster, most likely, than your normal training would have. Lastly I would say that any exercises that you do do at home in terms of a training sense, once you’ve mastered them think about dropping the intensity on them but making the skill required to execute them really, well, quite tricky. We do a fair amount of strength training but 2-3 days a week with pretty short sessions, no more than about 30 minutes. I think going back, like Tom said, and look at the last 3-6 months and go: ‘This is how much I did of focused training,’ and then break it down and say, ‘How much time did I really spend hanging by my fingers? I think Lee Smith asked it. [laughs]. Use open-three, open-four, half-crimp, pocket positions, and just creating plenty of variety. We know it’s not going to give you specific, local forearm muscular endurance, but activity on any level that promotes the ability to uptake oxygen and keep your heart conditioned well, keep your muscles good at processing oxygen and utilizing fat is very, very useful. [laughs] No, I’ve got it. We’re not really supposed to be leaving our houses to go anywhere. It feels like the world has changed quite a bit in the last few weeks so it’s just ended up with this mad scrabble trying to work out how everyone trains what they’re doing, how we communicate, how we work with the team ourselves, just as a staff. No. I really love that about our community. You guys work with people all the time. I would suggest to people to examine whether you really even need the endurance right now. More Buying Choices $21.44 (4 used & new offers) Logical Progression: Using Nonlinear Periodization for Year-Round Climbing Performance. or You’re almost in one of those baby bouncers that you put your kids in in a doorway when they’re really young. You might have a backpack that you can fill with books. TBP 147 :: Steve Bechtel, Kris Hampton, and Tom Randall on Best Practices for Training at Home Neely Quinn 2020-04-18T23:09:33+00:00. We have a location just outside of Sheffield where everyone is on a daily basis and now that place is quiet. Most of us have been ordered to shelter in place, and our gyms and many climbing areas are closed, leaving us scrambling to even maintain our strength and skills. I’m going to ask about how that’s affecting your training and how other people in the same situation can go about continuing to train through that. All of those guys have created really great resources for you through this time. We can really build body awareness by doing lots of different things. I would say number one, I think bouldering on your kitchen cabinets is a great alternative but make sure you get video when those fail and post it on Instagram. Then Ellen will do that on the opposite days and I’ll be at home with the kids. I’m just going to write it off and I’m just not going to do anything for two weeks. I know this is very different for everybody but in general, do you have any recommendations on that just to keep people from totally messing themselves up? I just think it’s awesome. If you want somebody to tell you, ‘Do this exercise then this exercise and then this one for this long, and then rest, and then do it again, then put your fingers on this grip of the hangboard and hold on for this long,’ that’s what the ebook is all about. The other side of that is you’re not going to lose that ability. Yeah. Lastly, one other thing that I say is always too much is: just at it hard all of the time and never taking a break. Steve Bechtel's Climb Strong features climbing training articles and training programs for bouldering, rock climbing, and alpine climbing. I think that banging your head against the max hang over and over and over and always trying to work above 95% is a recipe for injury and it’s also a recipe for staleness. It’s just a dead office and we’re all just now working off our computers from home. They feel like they can fit all of that activity in that time that they put aside previously in that split and balanced way, just into training. I’ve seen people traversing around the outside of their houses on brick edges and things. Also, isometrics are great. Okay. Stay healthy and safe and hopefully I’ll see you under different circumstances soon. I was like, ‘6-8 minutes at 90-100%?’ “Yeah, that’s what I’m going to do.” Straightaway that rang the alarm bells. Kris is an instructor at the Performance Climbing Coach seminars where he focuses on movement skills, coaching, and mindset, drawing on wisdom from his former sports of gymnastics and skateboarding. Project Description Steve Bechtel, Kris Hampton, and Tom Randall on Best Practices for Training at Home. We’re not really supposed to be leaving our houses to go anywhere. Married Age 61 Work primarily in color pencil, oil pastel, watercolor, ballpoint pen. You can find me @powercompanyclimbing on all the social medias and at. First, I’ll say that I asked Tom the other day for a voice note for an episode I’m going to do and it came with his home address attached to it, so I’ll send that out to everybody. [laughs] No, that’s actually interesting because that’s part of getting up early. How much can I possibly do and not quite get injured?’ I think if the athlete can get into the mindset of, ‘What’s the least I can do and still see a positive adaptation from this training?’ they’re going to be a lot less likely to get injured and a lot more likely to be able to continue the cycle for a longer period. What was your goal? Kris? I had asked all of you guys to give me some common questions from your audience and Tom, one of them that you gave me was, ‘What to do at home if you’re faced with scenarios where you have very little weight; dumbbells, discs, or kettlebells.’ Do you want to talk about that for the people who have very little equipment? It’s quite interesting if you drop one foot out and you just do it with one foot on, that’s a way that suddenly makes a very, very standard fingerboard endurance workout where you put your feet on a solid object like a chair, if you do it on a moveable object where things move around, it adds a skill level into it. I’d say for the first two weeks it was total – well, that’s probably doing my wife a misservice – havoc in my head but kind of quite organized in Kim’s head. What I was going to do is a 6-8 minute max hang session on my fingerboard and replicate that out.”. I think that getting wrapped up in that is a little short-sighted. Tom Randall: I think these guys have covered most of it, really. An example of that would be – I don’t know if you guys have ever tried this. I’ll have a phone call at this time, I have to do programming at this time, so we each had a calendar that we worked from anyway. I’ve just made sure that I do what I think a lot of people should do and just take whatever tools and things you want to do in the home and make them super accessible. Kind of on the same topic of motivation is some people have new responsibilities at home, if they have children especially. So Tom, what do you think about that? So basically, for the first two weeks I actually did, for once, what I would tell my clients to do which is: if your life is in that much disarray and everything is too hard and you don’t actually have the time, just go easy on yourself. I live in Lander, Wyoming and I have a climbing gym, fitness center, and I also do climbing coaching through a company called ClimbStrong. That’s good to hear. Kris has this quaranteam area of his website. You can do a session of that a week, or once every other week, and have plenty of base for your endurance when you need to pick it back up down the road. I need somebody to just tell me what to do with training because I don’t like thinking about it. I saw a question on your Facebook post, Neely, that I think deserves a point. Is there any burning question that you guys have that you want everybody to answer? Without further adieu, here are Steve, Kris, and Tom. What we did in the ebook is provide you with a bunch of different exercises depending on what equipment you have available, whether that’s just your bodyweight or a TRX system or something similar, or just a single weight or a single kettlebell. I’ve been explaining to people that if you still want to do some work which you can’t do heavily weighted and you still want to have a strength stimulus, one trick up your sleeve that I think a lot of people forget about is massively increasing the duration of each rep so slowing the movement down. He just put out a new book, his first book, called. A History of Family Leadership » Stephen D. Bechtel Jr. A History of Family Leadership » Stephen D. Bechtel Sr. NY Times obituaries Stephen D. Bechtel Sr. Steve Bechtel’s 3-6-9 Ladders hangboard finger strength training. I mean, I think these guys have pretty much covered it. I think a lot of people are out there wondering, ‘How am I supposed to maintain my endurance through all of this?’ Kris, what do you think about that? Kris Hampton: No. I think this is a really big mistake, especially as people might tend to do it very quickly and kind of jump into it too fast and too hard. It is what it is.’. Steve Bechtel: You know, it’s real interesting. Kris, obviously you have a child but she’s older and doesn’t live with you anymore. All I want to do is watch TV.’. Structuring all of that stuff is very much like planning your training or planning your work but it now involves, for us, four people rather than just one or two. You know, it’s real interesting. I’ve been explaining to people that if you still want to do some work which you can’t do heavily weighted and you still want to have a strength stimulus, one trick up your sleeve that I think a lot of people forget about is massively increasing the duration of each rep so slowing the movement down. People are trying to fill all of that time with exercise or training. It’s really weird. I’ll talk to you on the other side. Then you can move your hands around that fingerboard and it sort of slightly mimics climbing movement. Steve Bechtel: I think the first thing we should start with is what that person has available. Even though I was off for maybe a year I still came right back into it. I had elbow surgery maybe 12-14 years ago and I thought, ‘Oh man, this is going to suck. Personally, it hasn’t affected me all that much. I’ve been telling quite a few people that to use if they get really stuck. He is the son of Stephen Davison Bechtel Sr. and grandson of Warren A. Bechtel who founded the Bechtel Corporation.. The other end of the spectrum is to take your bodyweight movements and to add explosiveness. Get it as soon as Thu, Jun 25. They’re pretty broad-based and so you can use those for a lot of things, even though it’s primarily what you would call a strength endurance stimulus, like the classic 7 seconds on/3 seconds off, they’re still good strength gains there. You can put your feet on a chair and just move your hands around your hangboard to where you’re unloading a lot of your bodyweight onto the chair and you can climb for maybe two minutes, then take a break for recovery, climb for two minutes, take a break for recovery. Tom Randall: I don’t want to give away my home address. Lastly, the other thing on top of that that I would do is say, “What tools do you have? The more habits you have, the less energy you have to spend maintaining all these other things. He recently finished his first book, The Hard Truth: Simple Ways to Become A Better Climber. We think that finger training is pretty important so we describe in detail three different programs and talk about how you should incorporate this into your training, how often you should be training each kind of thing, how many sessions a week, and why you should be doing the things that we talk about. Is it possible to still train skills or climbing movement? I think it’s really good for people to kind of be given permission to not need to achieve huge things right now. It’s real hard to go, ‘Oh yeah, I’m going to get better at my footwork or whatever while I’m locked in my apartment.’ We need to look in terms of just keeping the general athlete in good enough fitness. You’re almost in one of those baby bouncers that you put your kids in in a doorway when they’re really young. RIFLES SHOOTOUT (AG QUALIFIER) Gerrardstown, West Virginia 82.000 That’s what I put my money on in terms of endurance stuff, if you’re going to do that. My name is Tom Randall and I’m one of the cofounders of Lattice Training which is a coaching and profiling company in the UK. The S. D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation and the Stephen Bechtel Fund support many non-profit groups, especially in the San Francisco Bay area. I think the first thing we should start with is what that person has available. People that have had a long term injury or a long term illness know this. Then on the hangboards I think the lower intensity stuff is the ticket and we’re right in the same parameters that Tom suggested, unloading things or going for very short sessions. That program is an ebook and you can find it on TrainingBeta at trainingbeta.com/covid. I think if you can still get outside and do something, getting out and getting general activity is very useful. I just think it’s awesome. I’m going to start with you, Kris, on this. 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