The TrainingBeta Podcast: Climbing Training Podcast

Hosted by Neely Quinn, The TrainingBeta Podcast is a weekly conversation with rock climbing's best and brightest. Pro rock climbers, climbing trainers, and other insightful members of the climbing community offer their experiences with training for climbing, the best diet for climbing, and their personal stories with climbing. Whether you're a beginner climber or a seasoned pro, you'll learn something new from these conversations.

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TBP 017 :: Adam Ondra on All Things Training


I was honored that Adam Ondra took time out of his very busy day (he's a full time student and trains for climbing a LOT) to let me pick his brain about climbing and training. I hope you like this interview! About Adam Ondra He doesn't really...


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 18 February 2015  1h11m
 
 

TBP 016 :: Steph Davis on Training for Alpine, Sport Climbing, Free Soloing, FFAs, and Veganism


I got to sit down with the great Steph Davis the other day and chat about her training for climbing, her vast accomplishments, her FFAs, her free soloing exploits, her diet, her wing suit flying, and all kinds of other stuff. About Steph...


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 10 February 2015  1h10m
 
 

Free Q&A Webinar-1: Kris Peters & Seth Lytton.mp3


This is a recording of the free Q&A webinar that we hosted on 2-2-15. Chris and Seth answered training questions from anyone who called. Questions are focused on general training and specific questions about the training programs offered on...


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 05 February 2015  1h0m
 
 

TBP 015 :: Heather Weidner on Trying Hard and Sticking with Projects


It's been FOREVER since I published a podcast episode and I'm really sorry for the inconsistency! My surgery and ensuing weirdness has had me away from working very much at all, but I'm hoping to start putting podcasts up again on a regular...


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 08 January 2015  1h3m
 
 

TBP 014 :: Physical Therapist Jared Vagy on Injury Prevention and Treatment


  About Dr. Jared Vagy I am so excited to put this podcast out! Holy crap. This is some MUCH NEEDED info for climbers of all kinds, and I really hope you listen to the whole thing. Jared Vagy is a PhD physical therapist who also happens to be a...


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 01 November 2014  1h17m
 
 

TBP 013 :: Hans Florine on Speed Climbing The Nose and Training for It


  About Hans Florine This is from Wikipedia because I couldn't possibly sum this up any better. Hans Florine has a long and storied history on El Cap, and in particular on The Nose. Here goes: Hans Florine (born June 18,...


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 22 October 2014  1h13m
 
 

TBP 012 :: Alli Rainey on Training, Cardio, and Body Weight


  About Alli Rainey Alli Rainey is a long-time climber and route developer, having put up a ton of routes in Ten Sleep Wyoming and boulder problems in Cody, Wyoming. She's redpointed several 14a's in Ten Sleep and done more than 90 5.13s...


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 22 September 2014  1h10m
 
 

TBP 011 :: Dan Mirsky on Staying Strong on the Road, Training for Rifle, and Whether Running Helps Him Send


  About Dan Mirsky Dan Mirsky is an understated crusher. I've been watching him gracefully take down rock climbs in Rifle for as long as I've been climbing there. Last year we witnessed his fitness (literally) in The Red when we were next...


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 27 August 2014  1h1m
 
 

TBP :: 010 Kris Peters on All Things Training, Team of 2, TrainingBeta, and Cardio


Hooray!! I finally did an interview with my favorite climbing trainer, Kris Peters! He's been working on TrainingBeta with us since basically the beginning, so I've had plenty of time to get to know and love this guy. He's kind of intimidating on the...


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 06 August 2014  1h0m
 
 

TBP 009 :: Mark and Mike Anderson on Their Book, J-Star, and How Less Is More


I'm psyched to introduce this podcast with the Anderson brothers, Mark and Mike. We did a longer-than-usual interview this time, partly because there were two of them and mostly because they have a lot of advice to give. For the uninitiated, Mark and...


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 30 June 2014  1h20m