How Do Nutrition Needs Differ Between Types of Climbing?

Whether you are a diehard boulder, a big wall climber, or someone who likes to sample all of climbings diverse disciplines proper nutrition is important to your performance and to your overall health.  However, your nutritional needs for a […]

By |August 2nd, 2015|Categories: Nutrition|Tags: |0 Comments

Training for Action Directe Part II

A couple of months ago we posted a video of Luzan Matyas training specifically for an attempt to red point the world famous Action Directe 9a/5.14d.  In this video, he has reconstructed the route in three section even crafting replica […]

By |August 1st, 2015|Categories: Training Tips, Training Videos|Tags: |1 Comment

Gymnastic Rings: Strength Training for Climbing

More and more climbers are learning that hang boarding is the most effective training for finger strength.  However, before you head straight to the fingerboard and do nothing but train your fingers  for the rest of your training cycle […]

By |July 31st, 2015|Categories: Bouldering Strength And Power, Coaching Tips, Training Tips, Training Videos, Workouts|Tags: |0 Comments

5 Tips to Lose Weight for Climbing

Are you looking to lose a couple pounds in the hope that getting a little leaner will help you climb stronger?  Aicacia Young of and author of our  E-Book Nutrition Guide (which along with our other e-books are 30% off […]

By |July 30th, 2015|Categories: Nutrition|Tags: |0 Comments


This article was written by Kris Hampton and reposted from his site Kris Hampton is our friend and author of our 8-week Endurance Training Program (have you tried it out? It’s great if you’re looking to send longer routes!).

Kris talks about recovering while climbing, and […]

By |July 28th, 2015|Categories: Coaching Tips|Tags: |0 Comments

Go Medium: Training in the 70% to 80% Work Load Range

When you go to the gym do you spend your entire session trying routes or problems right at your limit?  Steve Bechtel of Climb Strong and author of our Strength Training Guide posted an article that describes how with elite athletes […]

By |July 26th, 2015|Categories: Coaching Tips, Training Tips, Workouts|Tags: |0 Comments

Time Management: Maximum Sending, Minimum Time

Do you feel like “real life” is cutting into your training time and interfering with your climbing goals?  Luckily, with enough discipline and good time management even people with the busiest and most hectic lives can carve out enough […]

By |July 25th, 2015|Categories: Coaching Tips, Training Tips|Tags: |0 Comments

Dave MacLeod Campus Training through Injury

Dave MacLeod recently underwent surgery on his ankle and has steadily been working his way back into climbing.  Dave recently posted a write up on his blog about his campus training through injury and how he has managed to make […]

By |July 24th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments