By the time she was 23, Hazel Findlay had made a name for herself as the first woman to send E9 (basically 5.13d but with death fall potential). The British phenom can been seen in videos doing sketchy climbing way above her bolt or gear with seemingly no fear. In this podcast, Findlay speaks on staying focused, positivity, and being bold.
Neely Quinn of TrainingBeta.com tracked down Alex Puccio, one of the strongest female American boulderers, for an in-depth interview. In this podcast, Puccio talks training, bodyweight and crowdfunding.
From our friends at Trainingbeta.com: Nutritionist and author Neely Quinn gets into the controversial topic of body weight and climbing. Do you need to lose weight is the first question she asks. For some, shedding a couple of extra pounds may be the ticket to a redpoint send. This article provides seven tips on how to lose weight for climbing, from exercise to adequate sleep to nutrition.