Is your climbing training making you stronger or are you stagnating? We show you five mistakes that you should avoid when training.
In today's post, Christoph Völker shows you Push Up Rotation, a simple exercise that improves body tension and coordination.
Magnus Midtbo makes 50 one-arm pull-ups within a short time. His comment at the end of the video: I think 100 one-armed pull-ups are possible.
Andrea Kümin gives tips on how to train and introduces exercises from her training routine. How to make progress in climbing.
If you train regularly, you should definitely also take mobility. These exercises will carry you forward and protect you from injury.
You can not avoid the antagonist training. In today's article, Christoph Völker shows you a simple exercise: the handstand.
In this video, Esther Smith and the American professional climber Claire Buhrfeind will show you simple exercises to help you warm up to your climber's session. The…
In the latest issue of the Road to Tokyo video series, Adam Ondra talks about the importance of maneuverability in climbing and bouldering.
In this video, Esther Smith and American professional climber Claire Burhfein show you five simple exercises to strengthen your body tension.
If you regularly climb, you should now and then train the opponents of the climbing muscles. It prevents or at least reduces the risk of injury and muscular inequalities.
In today's post, Eric Hörst explains why finger power is of central importance and how important step-by-step strength building is.
Quick comes in climbing the progress, as well as a first stagnation in the difficulty 6a. Who wants to make the leap to 7a, should start with a systematic training. We talked to Pirmin Scheuber, Swiss national coach, about what it takes to get into the seventh grade.
From a certain level of climbing a regular training on a finger board is very useful and effective. In today's guest article, Christoph Völker explains what it takes to get started in the world of fingerboard training.
In today's post, Christof Völker from target10a shows you how to use wrestling or a sling trainer to train your back muscles and body tension. The exercise is called latissimus-pulling or lat-pulling.
In today's article, climbing coach and author Eric Hörst will show you how to train your finger power in a simple way. All you need is a finger board or campus board.