Most climbers think that being good at onsighting means being good at improvising beta and hanging on for the ride. But the world's best don't just rely solely on improvisation: they map the route beforehand, from the ground.
Upper-body work is the backbone of climbing training, but an inobvious key to success could be stronger legs.
Solid on 5.9 gear routes? Ready for the greatest adventure of your life? From hauling to lower-outs and poop tubes, our step-by-step guide will show you the way.
Even the most dedicated of rock climbers can lose their outdoor-stoke in February. Learning to ice climb is a great way to climb outside, but making the jump to the sharp end is a big decision. Here’s how to know if you're ready.
Went too hard on your Saturday redpoint burn? Feeling too sore for another attempt on Sunday? Turn the second-day-on blues into pain-free sending prowess with a few minutes of yoga.
Climb and stay injury free by following the doctor's advice.