Journey to V7: Testing the V6 and V7 waters again (3/22/18)

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My last two climbing sessions have been rough, but this session seemed to be me turning the corner. I wasn’t able to stick any of the V6s or V7s I tried today, but I was able to consistently send more V5s, which I haven’t really done since 3/13/18.

Here are the day’s stats:

Warmup 15 pull-ups
Training
Grade Outcome Points
V0 0
V1 ✓✓ 2
V2 ✓✓ 4
V3 ✓✓ 6
V4 ✓✓ 8
V5 ✓×✓✓✓×✓ 27
V6  ×××××× 6
V7  ××××× 5
V8 0
TOTAL 58
Cooldown 10 pull-ups
20 squats
Recap 13 sends, 13 failures

2018 YTD

  • 380 sends (+13)
  • 138 failures (+13)
  • 695 pull-ups (+25)
  • 205 pushups
  • 157 biceps
  • 22 triceps 
  • 110 forearms 
  • 48 shoulders 
  • 250 squats (+20)
  • 10 peg / campus / hang board
  • 740 ab reps

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