Regime depending on season, and like Chad my workouts are centralized around my climbing
-Climb 3-4 days a week (mixture btw recruitment, power, power-edurance and endurance, highly dependent on what I am training for)
-2 days a week of core-ish exercises, 30 minuteish routines (this will vary depending on my cycling stage in climbing):
One-arm push-ups (never to failure)
One legged squats (never to failure)
A cycle(s) of Vinyasa style yoga
-Off days stretching (including on days) and breathing exercises.
-Not much for cardio, though I know I should, I just walk everywhere with a pack!
Off-season training (rare, but is does happen)
Almost the same deal as above except replace climbing with gymnastic rings
3-4 days a week: gymnastic ring regime consisting of front levers, psuedo plances, dips, pull-ups, extensions, pull-ups, ring flyes, planks. regime is usually split up btw the 3-4 days focusing on "grouped exercises"
It's alot of fun, but has been somewhat useless for climbing...but at least keeps me in shape!
-Everyday stretching, same deal as before cycle(s) of Vinyasa style yoga and breathing exercises
-Cardio wise, same deal as before....walk with my pack everywhere!
Not sure if this helps, So far this has been working for me (well for the last 3 years so far, and mostly injury free, unless I try being a ninja....) insights, thoughts, advice?