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Topic - Trying to get more serious

Hezekiel - on 06 Oct 2012
I've been thinking about trying to get a bit more serious with my climbing and training. But because of job and family my climbing is basically restricted to two times bouldering during the week and 1-2 times lead climbing in weekends. I've been googling a lot about training and been thinking about doing maybe the 3-tier plan http://climbstrong.wordpress.com/training-plans/3-tier-plan/ with my lead. With the bouldering i've considered trying this http://climbstrong.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/the-simplest-climbing-training-plan. Then on rest of the days running and basic workouts at home.

But is there really point to do a plans like that if for example my lead is restricted to only 1 time per week?

My goals are basically to get myself to climb as hard as I can for the next outdoors season. I've been climbing now almost a year and I'm at the level of 5c/6a red-pointing right now. 5c actually seems way too easy sometimes and 6a impossible =)

So is this kind of a plan going to work, or should i do something else? I've been kinda frustrated to get the training going because I have no idea where to start =) Do you guys have any tips and advices?
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