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Rock It! An Upper Body Workout to Step Up Your Climbing Game | Sierra Blog
Rock climbing requires upper body power and strength, core strength, and both cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance. An upper body workout routine
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How to Improve Grip Strength
Whether a movement involves lifting, carrying, throwing or swinging, the hands are the first point of contact with any object or weight that is held. And for those who lift heavy, the grip is often the first thing to go when failing to complete a lift. Here are six benefits of training grip strength followed by eight recommended exercises; pick two from the list and add them to your clients’ workouts to help them develop strong hands with a crushing grip.
Dynamic Climbing Warm-up
What is static, ballistic and dynamic stretching? Static stretching is when you hold a single position to achieve a stretch. Common hold times are 30 seconds. An example is bending down to touch your toes and holding. Ballistic stretching is when you bounce in and out of a position to achieve a stretch. Common hold times are
Ten Tips For Bouldering Indoors
In this article, Dave Flanagan gives 10 tips on how to improve at bouldering indoors and also how to use bouldering to improve your climbing outside...
15 Games and Exercises to Improve Rock Climbing » Local Adventurer
If you ever feel stuck at the level you're climbing at or simply want to improve, check out these 15 best games and exercises to improve rock climbing.
Emerging concepts in injury prevention: Climbing Warm-up
This article shows you how to properly warm-up prior to climbing and is based on the latest research. The warm-up is broken into four stages. The first stage is "on the wall" and uses the entire body to generate warmth while mirroring climbing positions. The second stage is "rotation" which uses circular movements to warm-up the joints. There third stage is "upper body" which uses dynamic stretching to warm-up the primary muscles used climbing. The fourth stage is "wrists and fingers"…
19 Rock Climbing Home Workouts for When You Hate the Gym
Don't want to go to the climbing gym tonight? You don't have to. Here are 19 rock climbing home workouts you can do instead.