Yoga series: We show you the best yoga exercises for climbers and boulderers Climbing

Yoga series for climbers: step up higher, spread out further

As part of our yoga series, we present you with yoga exercises at regular intervals that are tailored to the needs of climbers. The exercises will be presented by Prana and Petra Zink. In today's issue, Petra shows you the pigeon exercise, which stretches your glutes and at the same time loosens the sacrum and lower back.

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Garmin Enduro: The sports watch for trail running

Sports watches have undergone a remarkable development. Once as a simple pulse check on the wrist, they have blossomed into true all-rounders in recent years. The trend is now towards specialization. The watches are designed as perfectly matched measuring devices for individual sports. This also applies to the Garmin Enduro, which is fully tailored to trail running.

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Improve climbing technique - this is how it works | training bouldering

Improve climbing technique - this is how it works | training

Learning a good climbing technique and constantly improving it is the cornerstone of good climbing and bouldering. Having good climbing technique means efficiently mastering the corresponding climbing situations and thus saving maximum strength and endurance. But how can the correct climbing technique be trained? Christoph Völker from Target 10a gives tips in this post.

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This is how 9b + climber William Bosi trains Climbing

This is how 9b + climber William Bosi trains

The 22-year-old Scot William Bosi is one of the strongest climbers in the world. With the first ascent of King Capella (9b + / 9b) at the latest, Bosi moved into the international spotlight. In this video the guys from Lattice Training accompany him and show a typical training session by Bosi.

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Pro tip: Use the pogo technique correctly when bouldering bouldering

Pro tip: Use the pogo technique correctly when bouldering

Indoor boulders are always dynamically screwed, as is often the case. Accordingly, techniques are required to find a solution that are rarely used in outdoor climbing. One such case is the pogo technique. The Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki explains what it is and how the technique works in the following video.

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