Assessment

Climber:
Jacob Scharfman

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2020-10-30

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Created: 2020-10-30 18:07
Modified: 2020-10-30 18:13

Basic data

Weight
180 lbs
Subjective age
21 years old
Average sleep duration
7 hours
Daily activity
High active
Training-oriented nutrition
Around trainings
Climbing experience (excluding breaks)
8 years
Climbing-specific training
5 days/week
Volume of climbing-specific training
20 hours/week
Climbing outdoors
80 days/year
Development predisposition
Strength
Training with coach
None
Mental training/methods
Sometimes
Overall workout
5 days/week
Massage or foam rolling
Sometimes
Stretching
2 hours/week
Average of 3 hardest leads ONSIGHTPrimary set
OS lead level
5.13a YDS USA Average routes length: 25 m Environment: Rocks Climbing angle: Overhung
Average routes length
25 m
Environment
Rocks
Climbing angle
Overhung
Average of 3 hardest leads REDPOINTPrimary set
RP lead level
5.13c YDS USA Average routes length: 15 m Environment: Rocks Climbing angle: Overhung
Average routes length
15 m
Environment
Rocks
Climbing angle
Overhung
Average of 3 hardest boulders FLASHEDPrimary set
Flash boulder level
V10 USA Environment: Rocks Climbing angle: Overhung
Environment
Rocks
Climbing angle
Overhung
Average of 3 hardest boulders REDPOINTEDPrimary set
RP boulder level
V13 USA Environment: Rocks Climbing angle: Overhung
Environment
Rocks
Climbing angle
Overhung

Strength / Power / Endurance

strength_fingers half crimp dead hang @ 10 seconds -> MAWPrimary set
20 mm edge
130 lbs
15 mm edge
100 kg
10 mm edge
90 kg
strength_fingers minimum edge dead hang @ 4 seconds -> MEFull set
minimum edge depth
4 mm
strength_arms 90° lock-off @ 10 seconds -> MAWPrimary set
left hand - hard
15 lbs
right hand - hard
15 lbs
strength_arms 3 pull-ups -> MAWFull set
3 pull-ups
120 lbs
strength_endurance_arms pull-ups -> MRPrimary set
pull-ups
30
strength_core core flexor strength -> MHTPrimary set
90° L-hang - easy
60 seconds
strength_endurance_core modified L-sit -> MHTPrimary set
straight legs - hard
60 seconds

Mobility / Flexibility

No data entered

Balance / Coordination

No data entered

Mental

I can motivate myself to train hard even if I don't see immediate progress.
Always
I trust my training plan and I believe that the goals I’ve chosen are appropriate.
Sometimes
I know what steps led me to achieve my climbing goal.
Often
I get nervous and I can't control it before climbing a new route, even below my limit.
Rarely
I pay attention to the opinions of others and negative comments if I do poorly on the route or in competition.
Always
During climbing I focus on whether the equipment works fine, instead of climbing.
Rarely
When climbing RedPoint, I am sure that I will give 100% to accomplish each of the trained sequences.
Often
I can imagine doing my climbing task using kinesthetic sense (f.eg. load on fingers, type of friction, shoulder tension, legs tension, body position, etc.).
Always
I recall my best ascents and competitions and feel positive about my success.
Sometimes