|Whatever your talent, experience, and ambition, if you climb, you would do well to read Clyde Soles' training manual. This book will allow you to pull down harder, last longer, and have more fun while you're at it.
Solid research and an easy read. Clyde's recipe for climbing fitness is a refreshing combination of movement, streangth training, psychological capacity, and appropriate nutrition. But there are no instant miracles; none of his words will mean anything if you won't do the work. Do you have the will?
I've been poring over your book... reminded each time how much work you put into it and how little most readers will appreciate the effort. Just know that I do. Mark Twight
Of all the training books we've seen for climbing and extreme sports, this one reigns supreme. SNEWS
From nutritional needs to aerobic and strength training instruction to overall program suggestions, this guide informs a climber of any age and level who is looking to improve personal performance. Rocky Mountain Sports
Here's a detailed review at Camp4.com.
Chapter 1 Performance and Nutrition Fundamentals
Chapter 2 Mind & Body: Mental & Flexibility Training