• better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
Sonntag, 28 Juni 2009 17:15

Die zweite Lizenz zum Klettern DVD

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Die zweite Lizenz zum Klettern DVD ist keine Neuauflage der ersten Lizenz DVD, sondern eine Ergänzung und Erweiterung mit neuem Konzept „Kletterleistung de/konstruiert.“ Am Anfang steht die Frage „Was wissen wir übers Klettern?“

Gerade ist sie presswarm eingetroffen, käuflich erwerben kann man sie hier.
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Freitag, 08 Mai 2009 12:24

Buildering WC 2006, Cologne

It was an unusual sibirian day in Cologne when builderers from France, the Netherlands, Turkey and Germany met to find out who is the King of Buildering. Christian Benk from Germany did all the funky problems quicker, faster and with more style than the rest of the pack and at the end was the undisputed winner.

Neidvoll blickt die gesamte Kletterwelt auf die ungeheueren Möglichkeiten in Köln am Rhein, im Volksmund auch das Rom des Nordens genannt. Als sich hier am 15.1.2006 zwanzig der besten Builderer aus Frankreich, der Türkei, Holland und D-land trafen um ihren King of Kong, äh Köln zu ermitteln war jedoch von mediteraner Wärme wenig zu spüren...

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