Welcome to SP!  -
Areas & RangesMountains & RocksRoutesImagesArticlesTrip ReportsGearOtherPeoplePlans & PartnersWhat's NewForum

It is currently Mon Jul 06, 2015 5:09 pm

News News of Technique and Training

Site map of Technique and Training » Forum : Technique and Training

Tips, tricks, workouts, injury advice.

Alpining for the first time in september

Hello Everyone i am planning to go Alpine climbing for the first time this september. Already i am planning to build up my condition through a lot of running and working in the gym. However i have had some experience climbing in a climbing hall but not much else.

Is it wise to do in september?
Should i wait and train longer?
Any recommendations for excerises?

Using this chart as a guideline: ...
Read more : Alpining for the first time in september | Views : 6495 | Replies : 15


Into courses: Yamnsuka V (or) Mountain Ascents Canada

Looking for a intro course, and so far have only found these possibilities.

curious if anyone happens to have completed either of these course, or have any opinions on either of the courses themselves or the company running them.

http://yamnuska.com/mountaineering/begi ... struction/

http://www.mountainascents.com/mountain ... nners.html

Thanks
Read more : Into courses: Yamnsuka V (or) Mountain Ascents Canada | Views : 1929 | Replies : 7


SP endomondo team :)

There is a SP/MBPost endomondo team ! Please join ;)
http://www.endomondo.com/teams/7777723
Read more : SP endomondo team :) | Views : 1642 | Replies : 3


Trail-running/hiking shoe

I am looking to purchase some trail-running/hiking shoes for long hikes/runs. From 10-45miles of mixed jogging and hiking.

Looking for a shoe that would be light, but that would provide good cushion (is this combination possible?).

Any recommendations?

I can buy La Sportiva Quantum or Wildcat for about 70$ should I get either of those? Are they must fit if I know my size in other LS shoes?

Thanks.
Read more : Trail-running/hiking shoe | Views : 4198 | Replies : 12


Re: Meniscus Repair....

Will they be removing the damaged part of the meniscus or is it a true repair? Big difference. I've had two tears cut out (both radial complex tears, one on each knee). Lucky, my doctor is fairly aggressive given he is one of the orthopedic sugeons for the US Ski and Snowboard teams. On my first one the intention was a repair, but once they got in they decided that the damage was to severe ...
Read more : Re: Meniscus Repair.... | Views : 5369 | Replies : 14


Interior decorating - climbing wall

OK Summitposters, we all know you can climb. Plenty of you can build a climbing wall. But can you decorate?

I've got about a twenty-foot ceiling height to work with, thinking about putting in a climbing wall.

Here's the tricky part: it's in the formal dining room - one of those big rooms that doesn't get used much except for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but has to look nice. A plain plywood wall with bright plastic ...
Read more : Interior decorating - climbing wall | Views : 2010 | Replies : 7


Ways to train for 'airiness'

I'll admit it. I am scared of heights. I don't like aretes, cliffs, etc.

How can one train to overcome this fear?
Read more : Ways to train for 'airiness' | Views : 3888 | Replies : 17


El Cap-disabled ascent

We all have excuses. However, some people find a way to ignore them. Amazing story/video.

http://vimeo.com/51767176
Read more : El Cap-disabled ascent | Views : 1430 | Replies : 5


Hang board advice for a novice?

I am considering purchasing a small hang board for my climbing fitness program and have a few questions:

1) is it even advisable for a beginner to work a hang board?

2) what sort of holds would be best for a novice that top-ropes ~5.8? I am assuming hand-width size jugs and such?

3) Is there a fairly high risk of muscle/tendon injury for someone new to the sport on a hang board?

I realize ...
Read more : Hang board advice for a novice? | Views : 7133 | Replies : 28


Weight for climbing

Became pretty obsessive with my weight the last half year and felt better in climbing than ever ... Though i think i reached my limit of what is healthy and the best on rock...

Went from 89kg to 76kg in 5 months.

Now the problem is that winter season is coming up and i feel like i have no reserve when something is going wrong...

For which climbing discipline what fatpercentage is the best? It ...
Read more : Weight for climbing | Views : 2261 | Replies : 11


 

Login  •  Register


Statistics

Total posts 513214 • Total topics 30139 • Total members 98280

© 2006-2013 SummitPost.org. All Rights Reserved.