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An expert looks at the physiology and training of older climbers by age group, from 45 to 50, from 50 to 60 and beyond.
"Not only will your warm-up help safeguard you from injury, it’s the single biggest factor in determining how well you climb on any given day."
Descending at maximum efficiency on long routes should include lowering techniques as well as rappelling. Here's how to make it work.
A comprehensive guide to skin care for rock climbing.
Should climbers strength train for hypertrophy? This is Part II of a science-based series on how to train smarter to climb better.
Use a long cordelette or sling to create a fast, safe, and easy self-equalizing quad anchor
Staying healthy and fit as you age needn't be a mystery. Here's how to do it.