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To complement the other answers, I'd recommend drills and climbing with handicaps. If you're climbing a route that's normally very doable, try it with a few variations: quiet feet (using footholds shouldn't make any sounds) hovering hands (before putting your hand on a hold, you have to keep it there without touching it for 3 seconds) skipped moves (don't ...


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If you are in the V0-V2 range, the sure-fire way to get better is to climb with more volume and intensity. Here are some practical things you can do: Work your way up to be able to climb 3x a week (a day rest in-between). When first starting out, you may need 2 or 3 days to recover. Try to climb enough in a session so that your forearms are pumped and you ...



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