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    Pavel Tsatsouline Guest

    Default Re: Training for Climbing

    Comrade Victor, lose the bench press and do some form of overhead pressing instead. It will stabilize your shoulder against your strong lats and will not put on too much worthless meat on your pecs.
    The synaptic facilitation routine is a winner. Try a little every day -vary the volume, more in the mid week, less around the weekend). Re fingertip strength, you could try holding a barbell with two fingers, e.g. left index and right index, grip staggered (one palm faces fwd, the other back).

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    Pavel Tsatsouline Guest

    Default Re: Training for Climbing

    Comrade Victor, thank you for the compliments! Either 2x5 or 54321 is fine. And yes, the side press is teh only press you need.

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