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Climbing Movement Awareness To Prevent Injury
To a beginner, the climbing gym may seem like a foreign and intimidating arena. The gear, the holds, the ropes- it can all seem like a little too much. However, indoor climbing is a fun and challen…
Muhammed Dawood saved to Climbing
I’ve seen you, wearing your or TM Finisher tee, white socks loosely sagging out of your ill-fitting rental…
Vanessa Bjørgum Ulltveit saved to Experiences
New to climbing? Our beginner's guide to climbing moves, holds, & technique provides the information you need to improve today.
Kirsten Schulte saved to 🧗♀️ technique
We've learned a lot in the past three years. Here are 15 Clever Rock Climbing Hacks, Tips, Tricks, and Proper Etiquette to help you get better at your bouldering.
Rachelle Craft saved to Indoor Rock Climbing
Earlier today I posted the following picture to Facebook. I wasn’t expecting much of a response as I’ve demonstrated the exercise before. Apparently there are new readers to the site however as the image garnered plenty of attention. For starters, many asked about its origin. The image comes from one of Edward Aston’s old books. […]
Mountain and Rock Climbing Knots Rock climbing, rappelling and mountaineering require you to have a sound knowledge of basic climbing knots since you need to work with ropes extensively. They can be life-saving in critical situations and are instrumental in your ascent and descent. You will find that almost all of them are very secure. Climbing Knots To Secure Yourself To an Anchor, Carabiner or a Climbing Harness Munter hitch Clove hitch Bowline on a bight Other useful knots Trucker’s hitch…
JulT saved to ROPE: ɪᴅᴇᴀs & ᴛᴜᴛᴏʀɪᴀʟs
For many, discovering rock climbing is a revelation. It was my case. But when one is a beginner, mistakes are made. And some are very frequent. So if you are starting climbing, read this article and apply the advice. Beginner's mistake #1: You climb with your arms bent
Yvette Lerma saved to exercise
Complete beginner's guide to bouldering training. Learn about gear, nutrition, hangboarding, on-the-wall workouts, and more!
Callie Lopez saved to Fitness