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Get better (and stronger) while only climbing outside

I’ve seen so much focus on the exact routine and structure of training sessions to improve your climbing but very little on the structure of the actual outdoor sessions. I think this is the biggest key to explain how some climbers can progress to elite levels almost exclusively climbing outside, while others end up prioritising non-climbing training at a much lower level. Dave MacLeod says that you should dedicate a maximum of 25% of training/climbing time to off the wall training, so it makes sense that how you spend that other 75% will be the biggest factor of improvement.   Do More Moves and focus on them Better climbers have generally done more moves on rock. Sounds obvious but how do...

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