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Sport Climbing trainer Chris Lindner explains how to warm up for Sport Climbing in order to ensure that your muscles are ...
ready for the climb.
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Having a fun and safe day at the crag with your friends is what climbing is all about. The next ultimate goal is redpoint harder out. Here’s a few tips to get you started.
Warming up is key to a good climbing day and injury prevention. Don’t under estimate it. Climbing is 90% foot work so I like to stretch my legs a lot before I climb. I like to do this butterfly stretches. They help me for high stepping and also getting my hips in really close to the wall while I’m climbing. Also, make sure your shoulders are nice and warmed up.
Stretch your forearms out by bending your hand back and stretch your wrists out by bending your hand the other way. On the first route of the day, try to slow down and practice perfect technique. Have precise footwork in every foot movement. Rather than scraping your foot down the wall than landing on the foot hold like, try to come incase the foot hold with your big toe. This is called silent feet. Stay in balance and then control for every movement. To find your flow, try to picture your climbing as one continuous move off the rock.