You've seen those crazy climbing videos on Instagram. It looks incredible and like so much fun.
"Oh sh*t, that looks pretty cool."
But where do you even start?
Very quickly the doubts start creeping in:
- "Yeah, but I'm not strong enough."
- "I don't have the upper body strength."
- I'm probably too old."
- "I'm too fat."
- "I don't want to get injured."
- "I don't want to be a total newbie at the gym."
And then you go back to your boring "normal" gym and run on the treadmill for 30 minutes, do 3 sets of squats for 10 reps, bench press machine, and then maybe some core work.
You're bored before you even step foot in the gym.
Rock climbing is NOT boring. It's amazing.
It's Play. It's task-based movement.
Climbing gets your body moving in ways you never would achieve with traditional "exercise".
RYB is all about sustainability.
I want you to learn how to rock climb, but keep your body healthy and avoid common overuse injuries.
I've been climbing for over 3 years straight, and I've seen SO many people thrash their body around and then wonder why they have aches and pains.
I want you to learn proper technique to keep you climbing forever.
I want you to learn how to move your body on the wall, and learn all the skills necessary to keep you moving smart.
- For the love of climbing
- Climbing Jargon
- Grading Systems V0 - V16
- Types of Holds
- Warm Up
- Beginner Crab Climbing
- Sloth Climbing
- Down Climbing
- Body Positioning & Pulling Technique
- Locking Off
- Flagging & Footwork
- Heel Hooks
- Toe Hooks & Bicycling
- Technique & Body Position
- Avoiding Common Climbing Injuries
- Special Thanks