Rock Climbing Training: Staying Strong to Perform Your Best All Season
Maintaining performance for prolonged periods can be tricky. As climbers, we often emerge from the gym at the start of the season packed full of power but unsure how to keep it. The more you trade rock for plastic, the more you’ll discover that while your endurance and technique improve on real rock, strength and power will diminish. Even boulderers can find that climbing on real rock will result in a loss of raw pulling power—unless you take steps to combat this seemingly inevitable depletion.
FILM: Destination Magic Wood
Two weeks in Magic Wood, Switzerland, in the search for some of the best bouldering on the planet.
Robert Pizem – Father First, Climber Second
Robert “Piz” Pizem parked at the north end of Rifle Canyon a little before 10 a.m. Sunday. Two blond boys, ages 2 and nearly 4, spilled out of the car and began whizzing around the parking lot, one holding a red toy airplane. Pizem, a tall, thin man of 40 with curly red hair, remained unfazed and organized the family’s gear.

WEEKEND WHIPPER

Weekend Whipper: No Hands Belay and a Near Grounder
Weekend Whipper: No Hands Belay and a Near Grounder

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Jan Hojer - Silvretta
Jan Hojer - Silvretta
Staying Fit for the Job with Climbing Photographer Jimmy Chin
Staying Fit for the Job with Climbing Photographer Jimmy Chin








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