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Traverses can be a valuable tool for spotting basic footwork or body position errors, while keeping things fun.  © Ari Schneider

Coaching Kids - 7 ways 7 Year Olds Learn to Climb

Climber and coach Ari Schneider shares some tips and fun exercises to keep young children engaged in climbing...


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Thea Williams at the Edge in Sheffield  © http://Climbers.net
Thea Williams at the Edge in Sheffield  © http://Climbers.net

5 Things To Do at the Climbing Wall to Improve

A well placed foot can pivot on a hold - here the climber has traversed past the hold and spun his foot  © Will Carroll
A well placed foot can pivot on a hold - here the climber has traversed past the hold and spun his foot  © Will Carroll

Become A Better Climber Training to Become a Better Climber - Part 2

A very 'outdoor' style indoor problem. Audrey Seguy at the Castle Climbing Centre, London, UK. Photo by Aneta Parchanska.  © David Flanagan,  Aneta Parchanska
A very 'outdoor' style indoor problem. Audrey Seguy at the Castle Climbing Centre, London, UK. Photo by Aneta Parchanska.  © David Flanagan,  Aneta Parchanska

Ten Tips For Bouldering Indoors

Standing on tiny holds in a new pair of rock shoes  © Jack Geldard
Standing on tiny holds in a new pair of rock shoes  © Jack Geldard

Ten Top Tips for Buying Rock Shoes


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Correct body position for side-pulls.  © Nick Brown

Neil Gresham Technique And Training Using Undercuts and Sidepulls

Many climbers find that they're OK at pulling straight down, but for some reason when the holds are upside down or face sideways they always seem to struggle. It's no surprise that we're prone to getting flustered when confronted by undercuts, ...

he drag/open grip is useful but less effective  © Nick Brown - UKC
he drag/open grip is useful but less effective  © Nick Brown - UKC

Neil Gresham Technique And Training Handholds and Grip Technique - Part 1

Neil Gresham gets to grips with handholds: Page-one of climbing technique is making the best use of the holds, and this became apparent when we looked at footwork earlier in this series. Climbers have a habit of analysing footwork but we often take it...

Elaine smiling her way to the top of a classic route in Sella, Costa Blanca.  © Sally Lisle
Elaine smiling her way to the top of a classic route in Sella, Costa Blanca.  © Sally Lisle

Grappling with Fear - Mid Climb

Sally Lisle shares four simple (but not necessarily easy) tools to help you grapple with fear when it kicks in mid climb... If you are operating on the cusp of controlling/losing control of your fear response, it is highly valuable to have a few techniques...

Neil Gresham - Moving Sideways 1  © Nick Brown - UKC
Neil Gresham - Moving Sideways 1  © Nick Brown - UKC

Neil Gresham Technique And Training Toe-Hooking and Clamping

Neil Gresham continues his technique series and the theme of footwork, taking an in-depth look at toe-hooking.

Tendon Glides are a great low load exercise for finger injuries  © Lattice Training
Tendon Glides are a great low load exercise for finger injuries  © Lattice Training

Lattice Training Series With Tom Randall Lattice Training Series with Tom Randall - Part 6: Finger Injuries

As a climber, if you are regularly pushing yourself and trying hard, it is likely you will get...

Tom Randall training on the campus board  © Lattice Training
Tom Randall training on the campus board  © Lattice Training

Lattice Training Series With Tom Randall Lattice Training Series with Tom Randall - Part 5: Finger Strength Rules

Crack connoisseur, training guru and director of Lattice Training, Tom Randall,...

Maddie Cope doing The Typewriter.  © Lattice Training
Maddie Cope doing The Typewriter.  © Lattice Training

Lattice Training Series With Tom Randall Lattice Training Series with Tom Randall - Part 4: Conditioning & Mobility

Crack connoisseur, training guru and director of Lattice Training, Tom Randall,...

Building up strength and power through bouldering.  © Lattice/Crimpd
Building up strength and power through bouldering.  © Lattice/Crimpd

Lattice Training Series With Tom Randall Lattice Training Series with Tom Randall - Part 3: Strength & Power

Training alone on an auto belay.  © Lattice Training
Training alone on an auto belay.  © Lattice Training

Lattice Training Series With Tom Randall Lattice Training Series with Tom Randall - Part 2: Power Endurance

Maddie Cope leading at The Foundry.  © Lattice Training
Maddie Cope leading at The Foundry.  © Lattice Training

Lattice Training Series With Tom Randall Lattice Training Series with Tom Randall - Part 1: Endurance

Gain lots of experience of onsighting and aim high! Natalie Berry in Chulilla, Spain  © Dark Sky Media
Gain lots of experience of onsighting and aim high! Natalie Berry in Chulilla, Spain  © Dark Sky Media

The Unknown: Top Ten Tips to Improve your Onsight Grade


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