Keyword: Christopher Hanke
Alex Megos is one of the strongest climbers in the world. Whether it's because of the carrots, which have become his trademark over the years, remains to be seen. In his latest vlog, the professional climber reveals what he pays attention to when it comes to his diet.
This video shows Yannick Flohé projecting what is perhaps the world's most difficult indoor climbing route, Yellow Godzilla (9b).
Anyone who, like Alex Megos, has become strong on the finger holes in Franconian Switzerland and has trained for years with professional trainers such as Dicki Korb or Patrick Matros should be the perfect place to go when it comes to finger strength. In his latest video, the German climbing professional shows various exercises that you can use to build up your finger strength.
The hang scale is a classic calisthenics exercise, but it can also be beneficial when climbing. Alex Megos and Christoph Hanke will show you five exercises with different levels of difficulty, with which you can approach the slope scale step by step.
The Pulp Friction Gym is located in the heart of Franconian Switzerland. Built by Christoph Hanke and his wife Chiara, this training location has achieved cult status over the years and made climbing pro Alex Megos who he is today. A tour of the iconic gym.
New training session, new challenge: Max Räuber screwed a tough bouldering problem for Alexander Megos in the Steinbock bouldering hall in Nuremberg. An impossible task, or does the German climbing professional even manage a flash ascent?
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