More and more people around the world are discovering how great climbing is, both indoors and outdoors. The Climbing Bible by internationally renowned climbers and coaches Martin Mobraten and Stian Christophersen is a comprehensive guide to help you train effectively to become a better climber.
The authors have been climbing coaches for a number of years. Based on their own extensive experience and research, this book collates the best European training techniques into one book with information on how to specifically train for the technical, physical and mental performance factors in climbing - including endurance, power, motivation, fear of falling, and much more. It also deals with tactics, fingerboarding and finger strength, general training and injury prevention, injuries related to climbing, and training plans.
It is illustrated with 400 technique and action photos, and features stories from top climbers as well as a foreword by climber and bestselling author Jo Nesbo. The Climbing Bible will help and motivate you to improve and develop as a climber and find even more joy in this fantastic sport.
Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 1200 g
Dimensions: 250 x 200 x 28 mm
'This will form the backbone of your climbing and training life. In times of struggle and disillusion you'll be able to read back on a new mental cue. When you've tapped out you fingerboard adaptation, there's another protocol. When you're looking for a new technique drill to up your slab climbing game, it's there. You used to have to buy all the training books in the climbing store, now you just need one!' - Tom O'Halloran, Vertical Life
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