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Topic - UKC Fit Club week 201

AJM - on 23 Jan 2011
First, an apology for any errors - I've been writing this Friday evening and am rushing before I leave for Pembroke. Mea Calpa on the ones that will inevitably turn up.

UKC Fit Club is not a substitute for the training diary but to use with ( or without ) it as a motivational tool for all.

For those wanting to find out more about training for climbing a number of physical training articles here: 
and here

A new thread is posted each week on Sunday for anyone to jot down their previous week’s activity, noting goals, successes and failures and to swap ideas.

Anyone interested in starting is very welcome but you should aim to post each week, every week, however little or much you have done. By making such a regular public record of your activities and by restating your goals every week this new habit will hopefully improve your training habits to help achieve your goals whatever the level of your chosen activity.

Link to last weeks (bicentenary) thread

Repeat posters - 37
Daniel Heath - thats a very busy week. Do you find the variety means you don't need to do rest days?
Miles - 7c indoors but only 7a at Cheddar - I reckon I'm nearer the other way round.
jamesgreenfield - sounds like a pretty busy week. Good volume and at a good level
mattrm - sounds like the prep for Scotland is going well
Charlie_Zero - better technique can't harm :)
Murd - good work on getting on the 7a - good for the head, good for the arms
Sankey - any more luck with the mileage this week?
andy farnell - I'm tempted to emulate biscuit and wish you a happy 30th ;) Good couple of bouldering sessions there.
Eagle River - good work on the 7a+, keep plugging away with the 7b
seankenny - get well soon!
Liam M - meeting other people who are both inspiring and insane is always good fun isn't it...
biscuit - good progress on the 7a+
leon - good work on the V5. I'd agree that more climbing is better than more core if you've got the facilities for it
petestack - did you get some hill days this weekend?
Steve John B - bad luck on the achilles
JimmyKay - did you decide how to focus the training? If it were me I'd be doing routes intervals, intense circuits, things like that, basically get as pumped as possible for as long as possible for the next few weeks...
Thickhead - dreaming of climbing - good sign in my book
grubes - maybe bad at recording, but still, you can definitely remember 3 sessions, which isn't so bad
Stone Donkey - everyone needs a quiet week every once in a while
IainRUK - another steady week
Mark Torrance - you going to be doing more club stuff then? Good crowd?
Kevster - I know that feeling of being jaded with the local wall
jkarran - glad to hear youre back on the road to psyche
plexiglass_nick - good volume there.
viking - good week, good few sessions done
catt - any better sleep patterns this week? They can really mess with your training - well done for plugging through them.
Eric the Red - good on you for pushing through
chris05 - calf any better?
andy - 5 day conference - as "exciting" as it sounds?
Goonie - good to hear youre getting on well with it. I had a look at some links but couldn't find out much except the idea of fitness being masked by fatigue - will have to look harder this week
Curious Yellow - have you stepped up a gear yet?
ayuplass - sometimes rest is what you need - it can be tough juggling everything at once
fimm - shame about the hamstring spoiling climbing
Steve Perry (Pezz) - hope you managed to get out on the real stuff this weekend - I feel your frustration
richardh - bad luck on the manflu. Hope you've recovered this past week
Rob Naylor - hope you managed to get out climbing in the end

Absentees - 2
endless winter

Welcome: 2
phja - good to have you with us
Tony B - welcome back. Hope you get things back on track soon
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