Gimme Kraft AIR ? Climb Better and Feel Better

Cafe Kraft AIR2, 169 kb

3 years after launching the worldwide bestselling training book Gimme Kraft! Hannes Huch, founder of the legendary gym Café Kraft in Nuremberg, has produced another Gimme Kraft book together with the gym's physiotherapist Simon Friedrich.

As quite a lot of climbers in the gym make rapid progress but end up being treated by Simon because of their injuries, this training book has a specific emphasis on training to become stronger whilst staying healthy at the same time.

Mobility. Stability. Strength.

With climbing training, trinity is still the operative word! A great leap forward for your entire body on so many levels, making you not only a better climber, but also a more healthy one: it's all about balance and equilibrium.

Simon Friedrich presents to you the best training equipment and how to use it – the perfect foundation for you to build your own workout routine with easy-to-understand training plans, no matter if you're a newbie or fitness buff.

The bonus benefits: Faster recovery, better mobility, less prone to injuries, more success, and more fun climbing.

Buy the book here.

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