The easy solution is to drink a bit more during sessions than you normally do, and then to drink 20+ ounces of water after a session. This ties in well with your recovery meal above. A sandwich and a glass of water after training will provide a good base for being able to train hard again tomorrow. Take a Nap.
Why are my arms so sore after rock climbing?
Climbers most commonly suffer from medial epicondylitis or golfers elbow; a pain that is felt on the inside of the elbow (the medial epicondyle) that sometimes radiates towards the wrist. This particular injury is a form of tendonitis, which means the tendons connecting muscles to the elbow are inflamed and swollen.
How do you help hands recover after climbing?
Lets look at 5 techniques you can use to take care of your calluses so that they stay both strong and smooth.Wash Your Hands After Climbing. This first technique is simple, yet important. Apply Climbing Salve or Lotion Before Bed. File Your Calluses. Try Different Chalk. Minimize Exposure to Hot Water.
How often should I train bouldering?
Find a way to schedule at least two climbing sessions per week (3 or 4 is ideal)–any bouldering or roped climbing session, indoors or outdoors, counts towards this total.
Is climbing bad for shoulders?
Absolutely no climbing as long as the pain still exists, unfortunately. Sometimes you might tear the muscles in your shoulder rather than dislocate them. In fact, this is the most common shoulder injury among rock climbers.
Why do climbers tape their shoulders?
The tape acts just as your muscle would to support the shoulder blade. Securing the shoulder blade in an optimal position allows for quicker healing, less pain and more effective activation of the rotator cuff muscles. The tension of the tape can be adjusted to provide more or less support. Tape as needed.