In a short film by the German Alpine Club, Alex Megos talks about his passion for climbing and his ambitions on rocks and plastic.
The British professional climber Shauna Coxsey will no longer take part in competitions after the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
In this video, the young German climber Hannah Meul shows you how you can do core training with simple means.
For almost a year we have been forced more or less constantly to train at home within our four walls or outside on the rock. In this post we introduce you to a simple and valuable training device that is part of the basic equipment: rings.
In a three-part training series on ActiontalkTV, 9a climber Marco Müller shows you how to train efficiently at home with simple means and little time investment. In today's and first edition, core training is the focus.
With specific climbing training you can push your level and ideally complement your indoor training. You should be aware of that.
Thanks to these tips, you will avoid three technical mistakes and make significant progress in climbing and bouldering.
In today's article, physiotherapist and manual therapist and Simon Deussen shows exercises for mobilization, stretching and strengthening the elbow.
With the reel on the pull-up bar you get the necessary portion of body tension, which is necessary for steeper routes and bouldering
Is your climbing training making you stronger or are you stagnating? We show you five mistakes that you should avoid when training.
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.
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.
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.
If you are thinking about building a climbing wall or bouldering wall, we would like to give you a few tips. Before some ...