This is how you train blocking power and strength endurance on the campus board

The following exercise for the campus board will give you the necessary blocking strength and endurance for your open projects. Christoph Völker from target10a introduces you to the exercise.

A guest post by Christoph Völker from target10a.com

Pumping hand is an exercise for the campus board. With the lower hand you hold the same bar all the time, while with the upper hand you repeatedly snap between two bars back and forth. From time to time, for example with every snapper, you go for a change once a bar deeper, then again on the two upper bars to make.

This is how you perform the exercise

Try two to three sets, one set containing the left and right sides. The number of repetitions per set is between 18 and 30. A repetition means grabbing from one bar to another. At about every sixth snap, as mentioned earlier, you'll go one bar lower for a change (see video). Instead of counting, you could do the exercise with the stopwatch.

Between sets, you should take about two minutes break. The last size depends on your performance level.

If she is too strong, you are too weak

If the exercise is too hard for you, and your campus board has kick bars, you can use them.

This is how the exercise works

The exercise improves the blocking power of the lower hand and strength endurance of the upper hand. Pumping hand This is one of the rarer strength endurance exercises on the campus board.

This video shows you the exercise Pumping Hand

You want more?

Other Training tips can be found here.

You lack the necessary equipment for training?

You can find articles for your personal training www.target10a.com

Credits: picture & text Christoph Völker von target10a.com

News

Andy Steindl with new record of the Spaghetti Tour

Andy Steindl conquers the Spaghetti Tour solo in an incredible 7 hours, 45 minutes and 44 seconds, setting a new record.
00:16:23

Nina Caprez: That was the biggest challenge in my life | Interview

At the Arc'teryx Alpine Academy in early July, we had the opportunity to have an in-depth conversation with Swiss professional climber Nina Caprez. What influence did the birth of her daughter Lia have on her life as a professional? Which moments were particularly challenging, which were particularly enriching?

Climbing at the Olympics: How the competition format works in Paris

In less than a month, the fight for medals will begin at the Olympic Games in Paris: this is how the competition format works.
00:16:21

Technique tips from 5 climbing professionals

Aidan Roberts, Jen Wood and other professionals give you tips in this video on how to improve your climbing technique.

Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter now and stay up to date.

Andy Steindl with new record of the Spaghetti Tour

Andy Steindl conquers the Spaghetti Tour solo in an incredible 7 hours, 45 minutes and 44 seconds, setting a new record.
00:16:23

Nina Caprez: That was the biggest challenge in my life | Interview

At the Arc'teryx Alpine Academy in early July, we had the opportunity to have an in-depth conversation with Swiss professional climber Nina Caprez. What influence did the birth of her daughter Lia have on her life as a professional? Which moments were particularly challenging, which were particularly enriching?

Climbing at the Olympics: How the competition format works in Paris

In less than a month, the fight for medals will begin at the Olympic Games in Paris: this is how the competition format works.

Comment on the article

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here