Chase Mountains – Mountain Strength And Uphill Endurance Training Program
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Radically Improve How You
Move In The Mountains
Want to take on steeper, harder more epic routes?
Then you need to stop looking at yourself as casual mountaineer who’s always looking for the easiest way to the top. You need to start looking at yourself like an outdoor athlete….
And the only difference between you and an outdoor athlete is that outdoor athletes have a goal and a clear set of steps to get them there, in other words they have a plan.
The Mountain Strength Program Will…
Build strength and power that carries over to the mountains.
Lay down the fundamentals of strength around the hips and core for durability and injury prevention.
Work on increasing range of motion in ankles, hips, back and shoulders so you can move freely and fluidly in the mountains.
Build a foundation of basic control, strength mobility and set your body up for increasing demand in later stages of training.
So you can…
Take on the longest, steepest mountains with new-found strength
Feel stronger and lighter with a heavy pack
Descend faster and safer with increased agility
Spend more time in the mountains and push new boundaries
The Uphill Endurance Program is designed to boost your uphill endurance for a hike, trek or alpine climb.
If you do regular strength training sessions this program is the perfect addition to your training. It will add the detailed hiking specific training that you need and provide a structure for your training weeks.
Sessions in this program include stairs, step ups, aerobic running sessions, accessory work and of course, going hiking (with progressive ascent and pack weight targets).
On the successful completion of this program you will have more than sufficient endurance to enjoy your time in the mountains and will have created a buffer of extra energy in the tank should you require it in an emergency.
This type of training will also reduce muscle soreness and fatigue, as well as drastically reduce your chance of being injured along the way.