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Peak Performance for Climbers in Their 40s and Beyond: Insights from Pro Athlete and Coach, Tom Randall

In today’s podcast, Tom Randall sits down for a solo recording on strategies and approaches to training and performance in climbers in their 40s and beyond. 

Tom has been a professional athlete through his 20s, 30s and now 40s and is ready to share the learnings behind performing and feeling your best when training and climbing. He will cover time management, recovery, training sessions, deload cycles, stress, sleep, and injury. Plus some of his insights on how to make the most out of limited time, focus on important aspects of training, and plan for stress factors and sleep.

As we age, recovery becomes increasingly important. Tom will lay out his strategies for working with this, including changing your trip plans and adding new stimuli to training. He’ll also touch on the importance of deload cycles and how to handle injury.

Overall, this podcast is packed with information that is relevant to climbers of all ages. Tom’s personal experience and expertise make him the perfect guest to share his insights on how to stay on top of your game as you age. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this informative and inspiring podcast!

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