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Advanced Training for Climbing

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Published on Sep 11, 2013

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Following the overwhelming response to my first training video, Training for Climbing, I decided to make a sequel about my move to Colorado Springs for college, featuring bigger and badder workouts. If you enjoyed this video, please thumbs up, comment, and subscribe. Advanced Training for Climbing is the result of more than 80 hours of filming and editing, and would not have been possible without the help of my sponsors, film crew, and friends. Special thanks to Hunter Pedane, Masha Parfenov, Alexandra and Anthony Parfenov, Brien Roscetti, Greg Lowden, Mike Bowsher, and Matt Roscetti. Also a shout out to Prime Climb, Moon Climbing, La Sportiva, Metolius Climbing, Runtastic, ClimbOn!, WOSS Enterprises, Atomik Climbing, and Verve Climbing.

Equipment used in this video:
►Moon Fingerboard
http://www.moonclimbing.com/climbing-...
►Metolius Campus Rungs (Large)
http://metoliusclimbing.com/campus_ru...
►Atomik Bombs (Large)
http://www.atomikclimbingholds.com/at...
►Atomik Cannon Bomb
http://www.atomikclimbingholds.com/at...
►WOSS Suspension Trainers
http://www.woss.com/original/
►Runtastic GPS Watch/Heart Rate Monitor
https://www.runtastic.com/shop/us/
►La Sportiva Solution
http://www.sportiva.com/products/foot...
►Verve Lorelli
http://www.verveclimbing.com/collecti...

Music:
►Beats Antique - Egyptic
►Fort Minor - Remember the Name (Instrumental)
►Kevin Rudolph- Let it Rock (Instrumental)
►Filippo Martin - One More Night (Instrumental)

To contact Galina, email: gparfenov@aol.com

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