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Topic - UKC Fit Club week 327

Eagle River - on 23 Jun 2013
Well done to Jake for smashing it at the BMC youth champs, it was also good to hear of Norther Clamberer & Needkrakenís day at Almscliff. Also well done to Ally for cruising up an 8a crimp fest at Kilnsey and Nomics for putting WYSIWIG to rest.

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:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=274502

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 week's (326) thread:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=553332

AJM: Nice to hear about some positive contribution with regards to rock clearing, and a decent day out at Cheddar
Mattrm: How is the shoulder? Do you do yoga simply because you like it or because itís beneficial for climbing?
Jougton: Massive congratulations for the comp performance. Really impressive.
Nick Russell: Have the shin splints calmed down yet? Sounds like a similarly frustrating injury to ITBS.
Eagle River: Should really have ticked Biological need by now.
NorthernClamberer: Glad you had such a good time at Almscliff. Any news from the interview?
Mbh: Any more sub 7:30 miles this week?
IainRUK: itís baffling to us mortals what constitutes a normal week for you, If I had a large animal chasing me I might manage 1mile at 6:16 paceÖ.
Needkraken: As with NorthernClamberer itís nice to hear you had a good day at Almscliff. When I lived in leeds it was one of my favorite haunts.
NMN: Any movement on the STG of regular climbing? Weather has been OK for it recently.
Ali: Any more calamitous accidents to report?
Exile: Really nice to hear about the White Ghyll day, sounded ace.
Stevemarkperry: hope Iím not the only one but Iíve no idea what Strava and KOM are, care to enlighten me (please?)!
Sankey: It was a bit midgey at Kilnsey on Sunday! I found direct flight pretty tricky for the grade, Appetite is big but looks brilliant. Yosemite wall looks more straight forward than appetite plus you get the hands off knee lock, just if you wanted another option?
Leon: well don at Chee Tor, sounds like youíve got the right sort or climbing partner.
Jamming Dodger: How is the new cat?
Grubes: Glad you got over to CYL the week previous, it took me about 5 sessions to get into properly but itís a cracking training venue. What are you getting on at Almscliff?
Biscuit: Boo hoo, itís all too hot. Glad to hear your climbing mojo is returning.
Si dH: Sounds like a decent weekend in the Peak, loads of E point mileage.
Maria85:Well done on the three peaks, more impressive is climbing the day after and not sitting about eating all day (which is what I expect Iíd do)
Nomics: Well done for WYSIWYG! Next project, Next project!
Pork pie girl: Good to see youíre still making incremental progress. You must know everyone at the crag these days!
Luke Owens: Any post-holiday blues? Did you get back to Dinbren this week?
C Chestwig: Nice to meet you properly at Kilnsey, well done for Cold Steal.
Useful: How was the wedding? Did you sneak any climbing whilst there?
JimmyKay: Have you been back on Elite Syncopations this week?
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