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EDITORIAL  

JP system is a training programme based on practical elements. After almost 20 years of sports climbing and experimenting on myself, and 12 years training my students (at different climbing gyms in Rome: Club Lanciani, Corpea, Casilina and now back to Lanciani) I have noticed how certain ...  read more

A METTER OF TECHNIQUE

Try and push a car without petrol, try and stop, start again, stop and then start again. Try and walk in fits and starts like a wooden puppet controlled by strings. What a waste of energy when we climb slapping every hold with our hand,  kicking around for footholds, with our heads tensed up against Öread more

A MATTER OF POWER

Muscular strength is one of manís motor skills, and in particular it is what enables us to produce tension. POWER  STARTS IN OUR BRAINS: in fact it is from our brains that an impulse is set off passing through our spinal cord and reaches the muscle which triggers off the contraction.  read more

A MENTAL THING

Why is it that in climbing the mental aspect is so important, almost so much so that in the majority of cases it makes the difference between who can climbs routes, who cannot, who holds on indoors, who outdoors, who redpoints 8a and onsights 7a, and who redpoints 8a and onsights 7c ... read more

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