This Average Climber Trained on a Hangboard for 30 Straight Days

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Paul Robinson : Loved your video! Let’s collaborate and make you a training/climbing plan when I am back in the states! Would be a great video for people of all abilities!

The Travel Vlogger : Those slippers protecting the door frame are priceless! great video!

Hang With Me : Very interesting. I would agree with other comments that more rest would be ideal :P

T C : my girlfriend sent me this video. i think shes trying to tell me something

Delaney Lam : those slippers though.

Seth Gilbertson : Infinity percent? Awesome!

Xokks : "Average Climber" "Hi I've been climbing for 10 years" 🤔

Fraser Gust Boulders : cool video, might try a version of this myself!

Carnet Vertical : Hi fellow climber, you should take into account that in any type of training, bigger gains came with rest. You're weekly routine would be much more efficient with max 3 sessions and 4 days resting or climbing at a moderate level. That's how our body works : you input a stimulus (training) and then rest to let it recover and adapt to the new stimulus. If you never rest, your progress on the hangboard and climbing will plateau very quickly. Cheers!

TheGamingSugar maybe : quality content for a small channel fuken nice m8 :D

Kevin McCallister : Infinite improvement, I like this guy

Meredith Vandal : i laughed so hard on the infinite percent of improvement

MarkEz DEZ : Infinite percent improvement?? Already stronger then Goku

Wim M : Awesome video, I’m going to follow your advice. Thanks

ajcam79 : What app do you use for timing rest and hangs? Thanks great vid

NoobStrength : Well thats dedication

Chad : Great video. Love the slipper protection. Rad !

Rand U : UCSD babe, 5th from the right, front row. Mmmmmmm!

Emil Beck : I thought that this was a BuzzFeed video xD

Trevor Nagler : So have you climbed v6 yet?

Chris Sullivan : Awesome video. you showed up in my 'suggested' and ....i'm really glad, that was a great video..nothing i've done in 10 yrs, but still really awesome. Subbed for more

Andrew Novitsky : you`ve got infinately stronger. im calling the police

Rand U : you may look like a geek but you can totally kick my butt on any climb! ;-)

Robbie Backpacking : Great job man, hard work pays off!

William Harper : You can see the muscle development on your forearm over a month, that is pretty cool.

Gijs de Wolf : That poor dude at 2:30 was just trying to talk man :(

Eddie Zaneski : Great video! How did you attach the hangboard to the pull-up bar? Been wanting to do something similar.

MrPiuPui : Very nice, you seem to be a wonderful person :)

eraserhead : Nice video. Btw Peter is cute

Zachary Steiner : Just FYI deep water soloing is not just for elites. You just have to find the right cliff and right difficulty. Just because you only see Chris Sharma doing it doesn’t mean the all deep water soloing is 5.14

Insert good channel name Here : Your putting my fingers to shame

seth white : Love the content you put out. Keep it up!

Josh Jones Bouldering : hey guys! i am currently in mid process of doing the same sort of video as this one! so if u want to see if this fully works come over and sub

da dave dude : Infinite improvement LOOOOOL

Tom : Is that hang board held up by a pole with slippers on each end

Amateur Series : Try using some chalk dude! Keep up the hard work; awesome progress!!

Jamie E : How did you attach the board to the door frame? It looks like a pullup bar but I haven't seen one quite like that. Is that a blank slate, or something else? Thx

guest_01 : 2:02 Peter sounds so reasonable and he explains stuff so well I could listen to him for hours lol

Hugo Rauhamaa : Is there are reason you don't use chalk when fingerboarding? Helps alot.

ツLuloGamer : I really like how he talks 👌👌

Matej Prijatelj : What about rest days?

MasthaX : I think you're not pushing hard enough or staying too much in your (climbing) comfort zone, or don't climb often enough. I'm climbing for little over a year now about 2-4 times a week and I'm doing 7A+/7B (V7/V8) in the gym currently. I only do the fingerboards for a bit of warming up mostly. Climbing crimpy boulders is also a good way to increase the finger strength, especially when it's not just straight down, but also sidepulls or lockoffs. Nice to see a longer time climber improve fast by just changing one thing, good job!

imtoolazyyyy : damn tho, peter is cute...

Linski Kulatilaka : I'm not even interested in climbing but well done bro!

SaiverxTV : Love the slip-ons on each side of the hangbar/door-trainee. Totally do the same because of the marks that appear on the door. Great video!

Ali Mohammad : not infinte percent of improvment, 400% because technically you hanged there for at least a second

Will Morrison : "Infinite percent of improvement" You just earned a sub

the names rick just rick : ∞%!! im done

Roman : Looool infinite improvement!

Andrea Sodano : I'm afraid fingerboard training may require much longer to actually feel any result, still, it's an essential part of any serious climber's training schedule. Just keep in mind that there is barely no muscle in fingers to power up and tendons take at the least two years to thicken, though if you have been climbing for a long time it might be only about training a bit differently. Good luck!