Masterclass Part 1: Technique and Training

Masterclass Part 1: Technique and Training

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Part 1 of a two part instructional video series, hosted by Britain’s leading climbing coach Neil Gresham. Whether you climb F5 or F7c, these films are packed with tips to help you improve every aspect of your climbing performance.

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Improve your climbing with Neil Gresham

Are you tired of burning out on steep routes and unsure whether it’s due to lack of strength or poor technique? Do you still feel nervous about pushing above bolts or trusting your feet on slabs?
 
If you’re fed-up with making the same old mistakes then why not settle the score using this two-part instructional video series, hosted by Britain’s leading climbing coach Neil Gresham. Whether you climb F5 or F7c, these films are packed with tips to help you improve every aspect of your climbing performance.
 
Part 1 shows you how to develop your technique and how to train more productively and Part 2 shows you how to put it all together and get the most from yourself on the cliffs. There are right and wrong examples to help you identify your weaknesses and case studies from some of Britain’s best climbers. Those dream routes may be closer than you think and watching these films might be all you need to turn them into a reality.

 

Part 1 – Technique & Training

 
TECHNIQUE
  • Better use of handholds
  • Precision footwork
  • How to move more fluidly
  • Specific moves and tricks for steep walls
  • Slabs and rounded features
  • PLUS: Arete demo by Seb Grieve
 
TRAINING
  • How to use the climbing wall more productively
  • Gain strength and power for cruxes
  • and boulder problems
  • New ideas for endurance and recovery
  • Warming up to avoid injury
  • PLUS: The quest for the ultimate secret with guru Matt Smythe
Masterclass Part 1: Technique and Training

Reviews

Very good instructions, very good pace, very good mix of demo and instruction, very competent instructors, good sound, a lot of ground covered. It's more a 4.5 rather than 4. I rated a 4.5 because it's not HD and some new findings (favour half crimp or hang over crimp and use drop knee sparingly) are not yet in the movie.
Lutz Hankewitz
27 November 2015

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