The Personalized Attention You Need
If you want more personalized climbing training information, but going to a trainer near you isn’t an option, then online personal training with Matt Pincus may be a great fit for you.
Matt is a seasoned climber and trainer who will provide you with a climbing training program from anywhere in the world, based on your goals, your abilities, the equipment you have, and any limitations you have with time or injuries.
Plan available on any phone, tablet, or computer
Contact Matt any time for feedback and advice
Video instruction for each exercise
About Your Trainer
Matt Pincus is a boulderer and a sport climber living in Jackson, Wyoming, and sometimes in his van on the road. He’s climbed up to 5.14a and V12 and is constantly changing and tweaking the ways he trains as he learns new things. Because of his success with his own training and climbing, he began training others.
Matt’s ability to listen to people’s needs, his attention to detail, and his keen interest in all things training contribute to his ability to create effective training plans for his clients.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you still have questions after reading through these, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (650) 731-5615.
The ideal climbing training setup is a steep bouldering wall, a hangboard with the ability to adjust the load (a pulley system or whatnot), a campus board, and gymnastic rings/TRX. That being said, you can definitely get by with less. It’s just not as ideal.
If we all stopped climbing and training every time we had a minor tweak or somethings hurt a little, we wouldn’t get to climb very often. That being said, no single climb or training cycle is worth turning a tweak into an injury. If you are currently injured, we can try to work around your injury, but it really depends on the individual injury and the severity of the injury. Injuries will have to be discussed on a case by case basis. Feel free to email email@example.com if you’re not sure if your situation is a good fit.
As climbers, we shouldn’t be thinking of training as a path to quick gain. Long-term development as a climber is much more important and that’s why I like to work with athletes on an ongoing basis. However, even with a more long-term focus, climbers, especially those without an extensive training background, can start to see results in as little as a couple weeks.
What One Client Says
Since starting to work with Matt I have been very impressed with his professionalism and knowledge of training for climbing. After a bouldering assessment, Matt wrote me a custom training program for me based on what he identified were areas where I needed to improve.
Some of exercises Matt recommended were things I had never done before and Matt was available every step of the way to answer any questions I had. I have seen positive results so far and would highly recommend training with Matt to anyone serious about taking their climbing to the next level.
– Mike Mock, Climber from Jackson, Wyoming