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, ...
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
In this video, the British professional climber Shauna Coxsey shows exercises with which she warms up on the finger board before training.
The makers of Actiontalk TV are also in lockdown mode. But they use the time at home to prepare for their future projects on the rock ...
In today's article, physiotherapist and manual therapist and Simon Deussen show exercises for mobilization, stretching and strengthening the shoulder.
Static and precise climbing is important. But sometimes you need dynamism. Today we show you why muscle-up is important for climbing.
Is training on the fingerboard dangerous and risky for injuries? Christoph Völker from Target10a looks into this question in today's guest post.
Is your climbing training making you stronger or are you stagnating? We show you five mistakes that you should avoid when training.
Simon Deussen from Physio Vision shows us the most common injuries when climbing and explains which exercises you can use to prevent injuries.
In today's post, Christoph Völker shows you Push Up Rotation, a simple exercise that improves body tension and coordination.
In this video, Esther Smith and American professional climber Claire Burhfein show you five simple exercises to strengthen your body tension.
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.