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Created: 2023-09-13 00:19
Modified: 2023-09-13 00:29
Subjective age18 years old
Average sleep duration7 hours
Daily activityHigh active
Training-oriented nutritionHalf of the meals
Climbing experience (excluding breaks)1 years
Climbing-specific training5 days/week
Volume of climbing-specific training5 hours/week
Climbing outdoors30 days/year
Training with coachNone
Overall workout6 days/week
Volume of overall workout8 hours/week
Massage or foam rollingNone
Average of 3 hardest leads ONSIGHTPrimary set
OS lead level5.10b YDS USA
Average routes length40 ft
Average of 3 hardest leads REDPOINTPrimary set
RP lead level5.13b YDS USA
Average routes length35 ft
Average of 3 hardest boulders FLASHEDPrimary set
Flash boulder levelV7 USA
Average of 3 hardest boulders REDPOINTEDPrimary set
RP boulder levelV10 USA
Climbing angleHeavy overhung / Roof
Strength / Power / Endurance
half crimp dead hang @ 10 seconds -> MAWPrimary set
45 mm edge165 lbs
20 mm edge135 lbs
15 mm edge120 lbs
10 mm edge95 lbs
3 finger dead hang @ 10 seconds -> MAWFull set
45 mm edge25 lbs
20 mm edge10 lbs
15 mm edge10 lbs
10 mm edge10 lbs
minimum edge dead hang @ 4 seconds -> MEFull set
minimum edge depth5 mm
continuous dead hang @ 40 - 100 seconds -> MHTPrimary set
45 mm edge40 seconds
20 mm edge31 seconds
15 mm edge25 seconds
90° lock-off @ 10 seconds -> MAWPrimary set
both hands - easy85 lbs
left hand - hard10 lbs
right hand - hard15 lbs
3 pull-ups -> MAWFull set
3 pull-ups90 lbs
campus power slap -> MaxDPrimary set
left arm135 cm
right arm140 cm
90° bent arm hang -> MHTPrimary set
both hands - easy30 seconds
left hand - hard15 seconds
right hand - hard20 seconds
pull-ups -> MRPrimary set
dips -> MRFull set
core flexor strength -> MHTPrimary set
90° L-hang - easy20 seconds
45° front lever - hard10 seconds
Mobility / Flexibility
• bends down -> MinDPrimary set
forward bend down to the toes0 inches
left side bend down6 inches
right side bend down6 inches
Balance / CoordinationTo enter data edit the assessment
I know how to manage my focus while climbing.
I know what can distract me while climbing (noise, sun, wind, other climbers, comments, slippery foothold or hold) and I can control it.
My mind races before I pull on and during climbing or I talk to myself too much.
My mind races when I approach a difficult spot or a crux.
I can successfully motivate myself by encouraging myself inside my head or to myself.
I use my favorite "key/anchor" words f. ex. I can do it, hold it, you are strong, breathe now!
When I'm climbing, I expect that I will give my best and send a route or a boulder.
I enjoy taking part in competitions or climbing outside even if I fail or send the route inefficiently.
Skills development is crucial or important in my climbing and I have an overall plan for my development.
While climbing a project or in competitions I only think about not falling off, not losing to a rival, not being last place.
I know what is important and valuable to me in climbing.
I have a training plan for each season.
I decide to make difficult moves even when I'm high above the quickdraw or high on a boulder.
I believe in my climbing capabilities and that I will achieve everything I plan.
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.).
When I choose a climbing goal I train regularly by imagining the send before my trip to the crag.
I use visualization to bring about the right emotional state, relax my body, and focus before competition or important real rock projects during climbing.
I can imagine the entire sequence of moves or sequences in the most important places, including foot holds and holds, in their actual order.