Online Tools and Information to Climb Harder
Whilst the dyno is the best known of the dynamic movements, we can also lunge for and pop for holds with the speed of movement being an ally to us.
Crossing through your hands can help you overcome the crux by helping you set up for it or exit it, when the route move laterally or through roof.
The ability to climb tufts will greatly help those who want to go sports climbing in places like Spain, France, Italy and Greece.
Crack climbing is skill for real rock and will often be described as finger, thin hands, hands, off-hands, fist and beyond to off-width.
Climbing a roof or an overlap can be as simple as a single pull or it can mean climbing completely upside down for a a series of moves.
Climbing overhanging rock is hard and strenuous even at the best of times, but know how to move through it efficiently is key to mastering this terrain
The ability to climb vertical walls or gently overhanging ones is generally an extension to what you have learnt slab climbing.
Being efficient at climbing corners and groove can help you improve as you learn to utilise the often frequent rest they offer.
The ability to climb slabs efficiency can help more than just novice climbers improve their climbing efficiency.
Being able to identify and utilise rest and restful positions when climbing will increase your efficiency and with it your climbing grade.