The effects of high resistance–few repetitions and low resistance–high repetitions resistance training on climbing performance - MR 02.03.2017
European Journal of Sport Science: Video Abstract
The effects of high resistance–few repetitions and low resistance–high repetitions resistance training on climbing performance
Espen Hermans, Vidar Andersen & Atle Hole Saeterbakken, 2017
@espenhe @hvl_no @EurJSportSci
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Hi, I’m Espen from Western Norway, University of Applied Science.
Our study compared the effects of different strength training intensities in climate performance and in climate specific strength. A ten week training intervention revealed a significant improvement in climate specific strength. In test like finger hang and bent-arm hang.
In climate performance we measured an 11 and 12 percent non-significant improvement in both training groups.
So for more details check out the article.
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