If you want to climb harder routes, the first thing you should do is go to the climbing hall and hang on the fingerboard. But is that necessary? In an interview with Tom Randall, Eric Hörst reveals how you can climb harder without getting stronger.
Raw strength helps when climbing. But fortunately, numerous other factors will also help you move forward: technique, mental strength, conscious recovery, nutrition and so on. Get input for more versatile “climbing training” in this video.
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Credits: Cover picture Eric Listen