Twenty years ago, the problem was that no one knew how to train for climbing. Information was scarce. Today, it’s the opposite problem. Book after book lists technique, exercises and tips. Navigating this barrage of information, filtering out the irrelevent and homing in on what matters to your life, your climbing and your circumstances has been the limiting step for today’s climber.
This 176 page book is the first to present the science of improving at climbing in a way that will actually help you make confident decisions and stay focused on the things that will make the biggest difference.
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Rare Breed Productions
01 January 2010
152mm x 230mm
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but to defend his own vision that for world class standard winter routes to get done in Scotland, he was in the firing line of some serious flak for the style of ascent. But Neil had the courage not only to do the ascent, out 9 years ago I was struggling my way up Crest Route in Glen Coe. Stopping to fiddle with gear in iced up cracks and shiver on belays, this would the style that would bring them.