Hangboard Training Two Times Per Day For 30 Days

 

Emil Abrahamsson tests a finger training protocol, based off of a study published in 2017, led by Keith Baar, entitled Minimizing Injury and Maximizing Return to Play: Lessons from Engineered Ligaments. This protocol is designed to mitigate risk of injury and may be used to safely return to climbing with a pulley or tendon strain.

 


 

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