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In Episode 2 of The Power Company Podcast, I sit down with Steve Bechtel at his gym in Lander, Wyoming, to talk resistance training for climbers. Yes, lifting weights. No, you won't get swole. Yes, you should do it. But enough of that. Just listen. We've already recorded two more hours with Steve, so you'll hear more from him in the coming months!
You can find Steve at ClimbStrong.
Episode 3? It could happen! This thing could be official!
BONUS EPISODE! We're giving this one to you guys for free as an example of what you could get as a patron of the podcast. Starting soon, we'll be creating one or two special "patron only" episodes per month as a bonus for those of you showing your support.
Honorary Cohost Steve Bechtel has a new book out: "Logical Progression: Using Non Linear Periodization for Year Round Climbing Performance." If you write your own training plans, and still have a hard time sticking to your plan, this is the book for you.
Honorary Co-Host Steve Bechtel is back, this time talking about his concept of Integrated Strength Training. What is that, you ask? Well, lucky for you, we discuss it at length. So listen. Then apply. Then get stronger. It's that simple, right?
In this episode, we talk with honorary co-host Steve Bechtel and his co-author Charlie Manganiello about their new resource "The Climb Strong Deadlifting Manual." They tell us why deadlifting is beneficial for climbers, and give us some background on the how, why, and when.
In Episode 6, we sit down with listener favorite Steve Bechtel at his gym in Lander, Wyoming, and talk about the question everyone always seems to be asking, "Will running help my climbing?"
I sit down with Steve Bechtel at his gym in Lander, Wyoming, to talk resistance training for climbers. Yes, lifting weights. No, you won't get swole. Yes, you should do it. But enough of that. Just listen.
While I've not yet had the opportunity to read either of these books, I definitely plan to (and review them),but I wanted to give you guys and girls the heads up so that you can get your hands on them at the start of this training season.