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.
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.
In this video, the young German climber Hannah Meul shows you different pull-up exercises that you can do on the pull-up bar.
If you want to optimize your finger strength for climbing, you can hardly avoid a hangboard in the long term. These training devices are available in all possible forms and materials - now also fully digitized. We'll show you what to look out for when buying.
In this video, Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki gives valuable tips on how to properly perform double dynamos.
In this video, the Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki gives valuable tips for climbing to volume.
In this video, the young German climber Hannah Meul shows you how you can do core training with simple means.
In this training video, 9a climber Marco Müller shows you how he efficiently trains finger strength at home.
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.
Once again Magnus Midtbo presents an episode to join in in his video series. He faces Pete Whittaker's lockdown challenge.
Christoph Völker shows you why pincer force is essential for climbing and how you can build up the necessary strength.
With specific climbing training you can push your level and ideally complement your indoor training. You should be aware of that.
In today's post, Simon Deussen shows us an innovative method for the treatment of acute and chronic tendon complaints: Epte therapy
The study of movement sequences and the mental preparation for a route are key success factors when climbing. In this context one speaks of visualization, a technique, ...