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Topic - UKC Fit Club Week 336

mbh - on 25 Aug 2013
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 (335) thread:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=560352

SidH - Really good going on your trip.
AJM - Well done on the Ashes - great report.
mbh - Good to finish the ultra, after the disappointment of the BGR attempt.
Nick Russell - training hard, baking cakes and introducing others to the sport - a varied week!
Sankey -Sounds as though Toronto needs a climbing wall like that tall bendy one in Holland.
pork pie girl - Do you ever rest? Amazing efforts, as always. But how many brownie points?
Exile - keep that training going! Hope the back is less sore now.
stevemarkperry - Sounds like you are grinding those problems down.
Curious Yellow - After the downs come the ups..... , and look on the bright side, it was 3:1, not 1:3!
annak - that's a lot of training for a hen do, isn't it? Great to see your HVS buzz taking you to even greater heights.
IainRUK - How many other people do a 20.6 mile road run, after work, at 6:50 pace? How long now till Berlin?
Leon - Enjoy the holiday!
Kevster - I am still inspired by your trip report from the week before. Training to climb....
Joughton - Great to see you again. From your blog "I couldn't understand how all that effort, all that energy, could come to nothing". I don't think, in your case, it will.
mattrm - Fantastic HVS effort! What news of the (ridiculously long) Ultra?
Needraken - Sounds as though you are doing well on the boulder problems, and you've got some goals. A good week!.
grubes - Not all weeks go to plan. You've got a lot of goals to keep you going. How long till Squamish? Nice video too.
Nomics4sale - Fantastic effort on GE, and some nice runs too. I didn't get to Wasdale a couple of weeks ago.
Baron von Chestwig - Great, detailed report. Any luck with Insomnia?
NMN - Good that the running is coming back again.
Eagle River - Good focus on he Ashes. Here's hoping it will be dry in October!
Luke Owens - Hope the traiining helps the DWS. Sounds very technical. First goes at a 7c......
maria85 - Not bad for a week you describe as a write-off. Running, cycling, HVS leading... Sounds a long weay from sofa-bound indolence, and the Italy trip sounds great. I've only pootled around the base of some of that (Piz Badile). I did have my 7 year old daughter with me at the time, but hey. It's lovely there. And, sorry, going to PyB for a couple of days to test gear? Is that, like, an actual job....?
useful - Well done on the MLT. Now how are you going to get all those mountain days in?....
Ali - An IKEA trip is practically an ultra. Everyone knows that. Take the medal.
mrchewy - nice progress on grit, and thanks for all the encouragement to all.


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