Next Level: This is how you crack the 7th degree

As your climbing level increases, perceived details that can influence your performance become more important. Today the British professional climber and climbing coach Louis Parkinson reveals his tricks with which you can make the jump to the 7th degree.

Many tips for breaking through the performance plateau in the upper sixth level of difficulty may seem obvious at first. But at the end of the day, it's the details that make the difference - and beyond that, the realization that you unconsciously make certain mistakes over and over again and therefore don't get any further. The above video by Louis Parkinson is a recommendation to anyone who wants to make the jump from the 6th to the 7th degree.

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Credits: Cover picture Louis Parkinson | catalyst climbing

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