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Topic - Training endurance at the bouldering wall?

Kemics - on 28 Apr 2013
I was thinking more specifically power-endurance. My local bouldering wall does have circuits. But most fall into the too easy/too hard brackets. And I would get bored to death lapping one problem all night.

Would it be possible to train power-endurance on problems by repeatedly climbing easy boulder problems till failure? So I was thinking to closely replicate actual climbing, would need to comprise of about 40 moves. Most boulder problems are around 5 ish moves. So something like climb a problem 6 to 8 times?

What level pump is appropriate? Full on blasted forearms? Or does that move into power/strength training? Should I save a little in the gas tank to allow volume?

I guess it's hard to train for trad climbing at the bouldering wall :/ but im trying to find the best compromise :)
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