With these training tips, you'll be able to do the slope scales - one day

Among climbers, a one-armed pull-up or the execution of the slope scale triggers usually great astonishment. But that should not be the reason why you should go to the training. Exercises like the slope scale are of much more importance for climbing. Who creates the slope scale, has a central climbing ability: Body tension.

A contribution by Christoph Völker from target10a.com

Thanks to the following exercises, divided into five difficulty levels, you will learn the slope scale. Even if the slope scale seems to be very far away for you at the moment - the way there is worthwhile and will significantly increase your body tension. And that helps you to do better climbing and bouldering.

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