With warm weather here and summer quickly approaching, I'm trying to devise the best plan for maintaining the gains I've made in the gym all winter throughout the summer. Normally I come out of winter training feeling really strong, and while my climbing improves throughout the summer due to just climbing a lot, I feel like my finger strength actually decreases a bit throughout the season. This year I'd like to experiment with including an extended HYP/MAX-R cycle throughout the summer to see if I can actually maintain the levels of strength I gained or even continue to increase them. Currently I'm climbing at the 12a/b level and my goal is to redpoint 12d before the end of the year. I'm wondering if it would be beneficial to start a 1-day-a-week hangboard phase for a few weeks and then a 1-day-a-week campus phase in the middle of the summer. My thoughts are that by doing this I will better be able to maintain my winter gains and maybe even get stronger throughout the summer when combined with my regular route climbing and projecting days. My concerns are that doing this will be too much of a training load when combined with my climbing days and that it will actually lead to a decrease in performance and affect my recovery. Normally I climb 4 days a week: 2 full days on the weekends and a few shorter after-work days. Ideally I'd like to fit in these maintenance workouts early in the morning of one of my weekday climbing days and then climb in the afternoon as usual. Does anyone have any experience doing something like this and how did it work for you? Any ways I can tweak this schedule to maximize both my workouts and climbing days?