• 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.
Mittwoch, 10 Juli 2013 14:16

Boulder World Cup 2013 report - Vail, USA

Anna Stöhr and Dmitrii Sharafutdinov are the overall winners of IFSC Bouldering World Cup 2013 after their triumph in Vail.
After his 3 world championship titles it's the first overall World Cup victory of Dimitrii's career. Serial winner Anna Stöhr climbed to her sixth victory out of seven competitions.

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Fourth win in a row for Anna Stöhr, first Bouldering gold for Sean McColl.
The Slovenian city of Log Dragomer was the venue of the fourth IFSC Bouldering World Cup competition of the ongoing season. Accompanied by live music and an enthusiastic Slovenian crowd Anna Stöhr and Sean McColl climbed to gold at the Sports Park Log!
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Dienstag, 12 März 2013 13:37

HardMoves 2013 - making of


Konzept, Wand- und Routenbau für das HardMoves Superfinale in der Wuppertaler Schwimmoper.
Ein solcher Event ist ohne den aufopferungsvollen Einsatz zahlloser Helfer nicht möglich, das Organisationsteam schreibt dazu:

Ihr lieben HardMoves-Helfer,
das war der absolute Hammer!!!
Jetzt ist´s vollbracht! In der Schwimmhalle wird wieder geschwommen, in der Kletterhalle wird wieder geklettert, alles beim Alten --- fast alles!
Wir sind mega überwältigt und absolut geflasht von den letzten Wochen und Monaten, die mit einem legendären HardMoves Finale am Samstag gipfelten.
Und diesen Gipfel konnten wir nur topen, weil so unglaublich viele Freunde, Verwandte, Bekannte, herzblut Boulder-und Klettermenschen,... angepackt haben. Ihr alle habt HardMoves möglich gemacht und macht das Event damit besonders wertvoll!
Vielen, herzlichen und heldenhaften Dank an Euch - die wahren HardMoves Helden 2013 ;-)!!!

Bis in Kürze

Arndt - Christian - Florian - Jonas -Tobi - Fritze
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Sonntag, 09 September 2012 14:00

Route Setting at the Boulder World Cup 2010...

... what the competitors think:
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Sonntag, 06 Mai 2012 14:13

Boulder World Cup 2012 report, Vienna

Vienna, the third stop of the Boulder World Cup 2012, brought us some strange and than some great route setting as well as convincing performances of Akiyo Noguchi and Rustam Gelmanov. More soon, stay posted!

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