In episode 12 we sit down for a ridiculously fun conversation with coaches and elite boulderers Will Anglin and Rowland Chen. We dig into their concept P.O.E., which is something I've worked with since forever, but never had a cool name for. Taking this conversation to heart could potentially change your climbing, and may very well be the key to taking it to the next level.
Ladies, Rowland is single and awaiting your messages on his FB profile
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, where we don't believe in a "one size fits all" approach to training. You shouldn't either.
It's finally here. For quite some time I've toyed with the idea of "in between" episodes. I can get the great podversations that you've come to expect out about once per month. More than that and I lose my mind. So while on our recent workshop tour, Nate and I sat down and figured out a rough format for a new concept. The Board Meetings were born.
We've recorded several episodes already, and the one that's about to invade your earhole is our very first. It's a little rough around the edges, and a little clumsy at times, but as we recorded more episodes, they got better and better. You just wait.
Here's the basic format....
We pick a topic, and we each make a top 3 list for that topic. Neither of us know what the other will say, and we just go in. The intro theme music plays, we start talking, and then it just rolls. Simple. Fun.
In this episode we talk about the top 3 changes we've made to our own climbing that have resulted in progress. If you haven't made these changes to your climbing yet, maybe it's the plateau buster you've been waiting for.
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