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Sep 20, 2012
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I'm not sure if this has been covered in the forums and I'm too lazy to go searching through all the threads.

I need some suggestions for training m.r. and p.e. when I can't get outside or to the gym. I have a nice hangboard set-up and plenty of weights to work with.

I'm all ears kids.
koreo
From Denver, CO
Joined Aug 24, 2009
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Sep 21, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: sloping
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From Denver, CO
Joined Aug 24, 2009
90 points
Sep 21, 2012
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This has been covered extensively in the forums but... you want everyone to re-type everything they wrote before? I see. Aerili
From Los Alamos, NM
Joined Mar 5, 2007
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Sep 21, 2012
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Usually I'd help you, but when you blatantly say in your first post that you're simply too lazy to search for it? Nick Zmyewski
From Newark, Delaware
Joined Jun 2, 2011
208 points
Sep 21, 2012
Rock Climbing Photo: sloping
Okay, I've got through the training forum mutiple times. Brent Apgar was the only one to actually post an alternative to the campus board and bouldering. With my current schedule and monetary situation, neither the gym or bouldering is an option. So what does everybody else have for me? There are so many different exercise to do on the campus board which I believe attack m.r. differently. Where as Mr. Apgar's method doing heavily weighted hangs, regard less of how many sets I do, still only approach m.r. in one manner. So, please suggestions. koreo
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