The first thing you will probably think about when someone is described as, “a good technical climber” is that they have great footwork. It is tru...

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Technique training

dynoo

A Brief History Since the birth of rock climbing one of the golden rules has been to maintain three points of contact, to move with ‘control’. How...

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Dynos; not real climbing?

I have finally finished my exams and am traveling home for Christmas, so I now have time to write and climb again! A few months ago I put up a couple ...

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Finger and Forearm Training

The early days I was blessed, probably more through luck that much judgement, with no serious injuries from the ages of 14, when I started climbing, t...

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My experience of injuries

Le Toit de Cul du Chien, 7a

How do I get there? To those that know, Fontainebleau needs no introduction. A bouldering mecca for over 100 years now, Font, or Bleau for non-Brits, ...

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Fontainebleau

Travel plans We flew into Copenhagen to get to Kjugekull. I’m sure there are other airports that are possible but flights into CPH tend to be quite ...

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Sweden

Climbing is a very universal and evokes many emotions in everyone who invests themselves in the sport at any level. I hope my insights from my trip an...

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Trip success