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Plug Tone Audio | Power Company Climbing
Breaking Beta
The Science of Climbing
Kris Hampton and Paul Corsaro from Power Company Climbing and Crux Conditioning discuss the research and studies that may or may not be applicable to the climbing world.
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4.4 stars from 15 ratings
This is my trade and I’ve read quite a few papers on geology and climate science in my field. Have to say that this is one of the most subjective interpretations of objective data I’ve listened too. Let’s go back to making fact-based and rational claims about the results conducted in these...Read full review »
ksmiles92 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/03/22
Thumbs up to your approach!
Have listened to the first three episodes. Love the mindful approach and banter. Thanks fellas! Off for along stretch into a nap for my power nap proj. Stretching certainly increases my progress there 💪
Bejakidnsbsj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/13/22
First timer. Excellent breakdown. Science is not absolute, gotta use the grey matter.
Eunice1961 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/13/22
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