Christoph Völker

Climbing training on rings: exercises and tips

For almost a year we have been forced more or less constantly to train at home within our four walls or outside on the rock. In this post we introduce you to a simple and valuable training device that is part of the basic equipment: rings.

3 technical mistakes made by beginners: how to avoid them

Thanks to these tips, you will avoid three technical mistakes and make significant progress in climbing and bouldering.

More body tension thanks to the pull-up bar on the pull-up bar

With the reel on the pull-up bar you get the necessary portion of body tension, which is necessary for steeper routes and bouldering

Why the muscle-up exercise helps you climb

Static and precise climbing is important. But sometimes you need dynamism. Today we show you why muscle-up is important for climbing.

You should avoid these mistakes during climbing training

Is your climbing training making you stronger or are you stagnating? We show you five mistakes that you should avoid when training.

With this exercise, you train body tension and coordination: Push Up Rotation

In today's post, Christoph Völker shows you Push Up Rotation, a simple exercise that improves body tension and coordination.

Agility in climbing: With these exercises, you prevent injuries

If you train regularly, you should definitely also take mobility. These exercises will carry you forward and protect you from injury.

The handstand as compensation training for climbers

You can not avoid the antagonist training. In today's article, Christoph Völker shows you a simple exercise: the handstand.

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