This week, I’m going to go over max hangs again, but this time with two arms. Two-arm vs. one-arm max hangs are pretty similar, with other than the obvious difference of more pulling power when using two arms. Adding weight has one distinct advantage—you can quantify your progress exactly. Read on!
Max Hangs are a great way to gain climbing strength quickly. If you're stuck at home without the equipment for two-handed max hangs, then one-hand versions are a great alternative. This blog post goes over the details you'll need to execute this protocol.
7x3 repeaters are a great way to add strength endurance into your rock climbing training regimen. If you're into route climbing and you need to gain endurance to help maximize your send potential, then this hangboard protocol is a good choice.
Density hangs prescribe hanging for 30-40 seconds on a particular grip. This length of hanging increases muscle and tendon density in your forearms, increasing muscular strength endurance and lowering your risk of tendon injury.