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.
In recent years, the South Tyrolean stand has become “best practice” in alpine stand construction. But what exactly is a South Tyrolean booth? And what are the advantages or are there possibly also disadvantages? Chris Semmel has dealt intensively with the topic and also asked the inventors.
A spray wall is as simple as it is effective as a training tool. One of the people who is very familiar with this type of training wall is the Czech climbing professional Adam Ondra. He has completed a large part of his previous training on spray walls. In the video he explains what is important when screwing.
If you still want to climb on the rope because you don't have a backup partner, you can also secure yourself. Here you can find out which material you need for solo rope climbing in top rope, how the structure works and what else you have to pay attention to when climbing rope solo.
The Petzl Grigri belay device is one of the most popular belay devices on the market. In the following videos you will learn in detail how...
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