Day 1: Arriving at a destination where you settle down. In the afternoon, we have a brief presentation of the program and a conversation about your wishes and goals for the coming week.
Day 2:First day of climbing is getting used to the rock, style of climbing and double-checking, learning safety knots, and checking the correct belying technique. For the first day, we climb easier routes, work on good foot technique, and search for better clipping positions.
Day 3: Introduction into anon-sight climbing day on vertical routes. Learning the proper approach to on-sight attempt for a moderate and higher-level route and learning how to read the rock and climb it, find good positions to clip or rest, climb committed, and analyze your process in the routes. In Frankenjura is specialty climbing on pockets, all kind of shapes and sizes. So climbing on those pockets is unique, and it's great to learn good foot technique.
Day 4: Climbing day is dedicated to the red point routes at the level you desire to achieve. We will choose the harder route to work on it most of the day. You are learning how to approach harder routes, step by step. Then put the moves together, then sequences together, and try to climb as much as possible in a single push. Learning how to do visualization for the redpoint route, which is part of mental coaching. In climbing, falling is part of the game, and learning how to do that is a learning process for gaining better performance.
Day 5: Rest day is part of the climbing training. Not obligatory, but we recommend doing stretching, yoga, or swimming in a lake. Muscules relaxation will give you more blood circulation, the body will recover from stress better, and your mind will restart for the next coaching day. In the evening, we can have a presentation about mental training and discuss your goals and problems and find solutions.
Day 6: Climbing on overhanging routes with mostly on sight attempts. Working on the process from mental training and technique coaching, trying hard in the attempts in the routes and learning to give 100%, repeating the routes if necessary to learn more fluent climbing.
Day 7: One day is dedicated to returning to your red point project to test your head and power. We are learning how to mentally prepare for sending the project and the proper mindset for this day. And also, not only is sending a reward, but the process should be the goal that motivates us. Learning to accept the fall is important because we need to find mistakes, learn from them, and see where we must work to become better climbers.
Day 8: The final day or more relaxed day for you will be climbing without pressure from us. You choose whatever you wish that day to climb. You must enjoy and try to climb as much as your head, muscles, and fingers let you. We can repeat your projects, foot and hand technique, mental coaching, falling practice, or hang out in climbing crag with no stress.