Hosted by Neely Quinn, The TrainingBeta Podcast is a weekly conversation with rock climbing's best and brightest. Pro rock climbers, climbing trainers, and other insightful members of the climbing community offer their experiences with training for climbing, the best diet for climbing, and their personal stories with climbing. Whether you're a beginner climber or a seasoned pro, you'll learn something new from these conversations.
Dr. Tyler Nelson on Endurance Training for Fingers
In this interview, Tyler Nelson explains how climbers can change their finger training to focus more on endurance climbing.
TBP 161 :: Madeleine Crane on Overcoming the Fear of Falling
About Madeleine Crane Madeleine Crane is a sport psychologist (M.Sc.) and systemic coach located in Hohenems, Austria. She is the founder and CEO of ClimbingPsychology.com and the creator of the Fear of Falling Masterclass for Climbers.
Madeleine has a Masters degree in psychology from the University of Innsbruck and specializes in sport psychology. Due to her personal background in climbing, her main focus is on the psychology in climbing.
She has been climbing, learning and exploring for as long as she can remember. Throughout the past decade, she travelled the world representing Austria at youth climbing competitions and later on in the one or other Bouldering World Cup. Nowadays you can still find her climbing in the gym or outdoors as often as possible. She has done lead climbs and boulders in the 8th grade outside (Font & French grades).
Fear of Falling Masterclass Discount Madeleine recently published a Fear of Falling Masterclass for Climbers, which you can purchase at any time to work through your fears of falling. Madeleine is also giving TrainingBeta listeners $60 off with code #TRAININGBETA.
I asked her to be on the podcast because sometimes the fear of falling keeps us from reaching our potential as climbers; it’s so important to work through it if it’s holding you back. So in this interview we discussed the different reasons that climbers are afraid of falling and, using the tenets of her masterclass, how we can overcome those fears.
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Madeleine Crane Interview Details How sport psychology helped her as a competition climber Reasons people are afraid to fall Overview of masterclass Understanding your fear Is your fear rational? Steps she takes to feel comfortable lead climbing Becoming aware of your fear responses Trusting your climbing partner What you can do every day to help fear while climbing Breathing, mantras, and meditations My own strategies for dealing with fear
Madeleine Crane Links www.climbingpsychology.com Fear of Fallinf Masterclass: www.climbingpsychology.com use code #TRAININGBETA for $60 off Instagram: @climbingpsychology Work with Madeleine
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Dietitian Marisa Michael Explains Intuitive Eating
Dietitian Marisa Michael explains Intuitive Eating and how it can be used to improve our health and our relationship with food.
Alex Stiger on How Climbing Harder Made Her A Better Coach
I talk with coach Alex Stiger about how improving her own climbing has helped her become a smarter, more efficient coach for her clients and youth team.
Diana Rodgers on How Meat Can Help the Environment and Our Health
Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN explains how properly raised animal products can be incredibly beneficial to the environment and to our health and climbing performance.
John Brosler on Training for Speed Climbing
I talk with John Brosler about how he's been so successful at speed climbing, how he trains, and what he eats to fuel his training and performance.
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I like it
I find it interesting how much people hate on free content. Thanks for the show Neely
Lots of great content production could be improved
Over the last few months production quality has dropped off. From stereo channels that play only one voice in an ear to the latest which ends in the middle of a sentence. Still heaps of great info but has been either impossible to listen to with headphones or just kinda frustrating.
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