Quick core training for climbing at home

Quick core training for climbing at home

Lattice Training has posted a great 6 minute workout for core strengthening for climbers that you can do at home, without a pull-up bar or really any equipment. List of exercises: Dish tuck Weighted twists Weighted sit-ups Marching plank Dish variation Superman What sort of climbing related training for core do you do at home?…

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Supplements for climbing

Supplements for climbing

A climber friend once told me that there are no studies to confirm the effects of most of the drugs advertised as ‘groundbreaking dietary supplements’. Only a few are proven in sports. Here’s a list of supplements that might be useful in your climbing routine. Caffeine for climbing training? The literature states that the greatest…

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10 Tips to Improve Your Bouldering

10 Tips to Improve Your Bouldering

This article won’t make you improve your bouldering out of all proportion, overnight, but it might help you to start the process of improvement. I recently found myself in a bit of a rut with my climbing, a bit of a sticking point in my development. If that sounds like a familiar feeling to you,…

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Climbing with contact lenses or glasses?

Climbing with contact lenses or glasses?

In addition to being enjoyable and rewarding, rock climbing can be a very demanding activity, and requires something of a perfectionist approach. This is why climbers tend to spend a great deal of time picking out the right equipment, considering different preparations for different climbs, etc. And it is also why climbers who rely on corrected…

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