My workouts are planned and executed by me, with two coaches giving me input and new training ideas. Transcript: "My workouts myself or with a coach, the my most day-to-day workouts. I plan myself and all the execute myself. I'm got a coach standing behind me. I do have two coaches. Patrick indicate that help me out with just getting new, new inputs, new training ideas, but we don't sit down together and make a plan what to do every day. It's more of a big General talk about training, and Which direction we might go and what would be helpful for the next project I've got."
It depends very much on the training cycle, whether I'm on a climbing trip outdoors or at home. When I'm outside, I do stretching almost every day and handstands and occasionally some ring training. When I'm at home, I do additional antagonist, training, hang boarding, yoga, stretching, and running on rest days. Generally, I do 2-3 hang board sessions and 12-20 power endurance fingerboard sessions per week. Transcript: "How many times a week do? I do a hang board stretching. Handstands ring training. That depends very much on the training cyclamen and also whether I'm on a trip outdoor climbing or training at the gym at home when I am training or when I'm glowing climbing outside when I'm on a trip outside, then I still do stretching almost every day and handstands and I tried to occasion. You also do some ring training depending on the facility since depending on how how long I want to climbing trip for. But most of the time, I'm climbing Outdoors, the only other training. I do besides just climbing as yoga and then stretching and running on rest days when I'm home. But obviously changes. So the handstand and stretching routine doesn't change. But I do incorporate a lot more. Bring training antagonist, training and also hang boarding when I would say no. Winter. For example, I tried to hang board two to three times a week after I try. I am 42 Max hang board sessions, and then 12, sometimes even to a power endurance fingerboard sessions, so that adds up to a like 2 3, 4 Aimbot session, so we can depends"
I want to do rock climbing in Europe, particularly Italy, and see what the future brings. Transcript: "What I climb again in corn albinos initially why I don't want to say I will or I want I guess we'll see what the future will bring. I definitely want to do were climbing in Europe in general and not travel as far. And Italy is thankfully very close to Germany saw them. I definitely be a chance."
Your shoulder blade control has evolved through a lot of training and is now mostly automatic, but you can still think about it during hard moves. Transcript: "Is my shoulder blade control automatic or do? I think about it during hard moves? I think it just naturally evolved through a lot of antagonist, training through a lot of training on the gymnastic. Rings to just get more control in my shoulders and shoulder blades and therefore it also shows am I climbing, but I'm not thinking about exactly specifically that when I'm climbing on a board. For example, I think there's comes really now,"
When visiting Europe for the first time, it is recommended to check guidebooks for crags and routes. Be aware that some of the easier climbs may be run out due to them being bolted 20-30 years ago. Most routes from 7A-7B and above are usually bolted well. Transcript: "I plan on visiting from Europe, for the first time soon and your recommendations tips as to many Crags and recommendations to list them up here, you will definitely find something The guidebooks Helpful. A local can be helpful is helpful to if you have somebody and the usually the roots were stars are definitely good, so I'm sure you'll get along just to be aware. That potentially some of the easier climbs can be quite run out. So depending on the crack, if it's more of an old-school crack may be bolted to 20 or 30 years ago. These your roots can be quite quite spaced out but I would say we're usually routes great 7A 7B in above or bolted quite well."
There is a debate about the best way of grading long boulder problems and short sport routes. It is difficult to compare the two and use the same grade scale due to the difficulty of long boulder problems, which may be closer to a short sport route in terms of difficulty level. The sport is still too new to have found a good solution for this issue, but hopefully a good idea will be generated in the future. Transcript: "Any thoughts on often v17 and I enabled and The Greening of long ball the short routes versus sported grading. And that's a simple question. I've actually talked about that with one of my coaches Patrick were recently because obviously, there is for example, difference between the nine able the burden of Dreams which only has four moves and the rest of the nine tables like elephants, that have definitely more than ten moves. So It's hard to, sometimes it feels strange to still give it the same grade or like, even use the same grade scale because obviously, I assume that I mean, I haven't tried any of those hard. Nine are Boulders but I would assume that 15 or 20 move, I nail Boulders probably closer to a short sport route in terms of how it feels rather than sometimes of all the problem. So I feel like like occasionally sometimes maybe even the sport grading would work better for Boulders but that that really depends also on the ball now. But yeah we haven't I think the sport is probably still too new to have found a good solution for that and maybe in the future, we'll come up with some good idea."