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Momente: Letzter Tag #bouldering #memories

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8 ways to improve your climbing from Cool of the Wild

8 Simple Ways to Improve your Climbing

Have you reached a plateau in your climbing performance? Or are you totally new to the sport? Either way, these 8 pointers will help you focus your efforts in the right direction so that you can get the most out of your hours on the rock.

10 female climber problems #bouldering #climbing #escalade

10 Female Climber Problems The world of climbing is riddled with problems (especially boulder problems… get it? If you’re a female climber, you get to face your own set o…

Improve Your Climbing Finger Strength  It's obvious to anyone that building strength in the fingers is one of the most important (if not the most important) areas to build strength on the body of a climber.  Regardless of how strong your back, chest, arms and your core is, if

Getting back into the climbing game. Found a good indoor gym. so i guess it is time to get my body as well as my mind right. How To Improve Your Climbing Finger Strength

St Elizabeth’s Primary School, were the first school to test out our brand-new Bouldering Climbing Wall The school always had a high number of children outside during break times and they needed to give them something new and stimulating to keep them engaged. Our Freestanding Zig Zag design allows for simultaneous play on either side and offers children mixed variety in their play. Whatever the child’s ability, they will be able to self-select a route that suits and challenges them the be...

Take a look at our Bouldering Climbing Wall installed at St Elizabeth's Primary School in Manchester.

So true!

Types of Climber

Scientific Description of a climber . Alittle off on the trad climber, but spot on for sport climbers and boulderers

How the World's Most Difficult Bouldering Problems Get Made | Outside Online

Meet the Most Hated Men in Climbing

Remember to flag. Five techniques for better climbing footwork | Climbing

The standard flag—the position most climbers learn first. Find Your Footing: Five techniques for better climbing footwork (via Climbing Magazine)