• Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
  • Climbing...
    Climbing... ... is the activity of using one's hands and feet (or indeed any other part of the body) to ascend a steep object. Climbing might be the oldest form of locomotion of Human Beings since it stems from the arboreal locomotion of our ancestors in the trees. Many of the same principles may be applied to climbing on rock or artificial structures. Nowadays it is done both for recreation (to reach an inaccessible place, or for its own enjoyment), as a sport (see the "competition" section of this site) or as part of activities such as maintenance of a structure. Here we deal with Sport Climbing in which the climber uses quickdraws to clip onto permanent bolts in the rock, and thus clips the rope into each quickdraw as she or he climbs up and with the so called Traditional or Clean climbing in which bolts, nuts, hexes and camming devices are employed and taken from the rock after the ascent (hence "clean"). You find most of the other sub- categories of climbing in the corresponding section of this site.
Dienstag, 26 Februar 2013 13:10

Super Lehrgang in der Boulderwelt Frankfurt!

Letztes Wochenende haben wir in der Boulderwelt Frankfurt einen Lehrgang für den Boulderkader abgehalten, noch mal einen großen Dank an alle Besteiligten und besonders an Marc Stellbogen und sein Team! Bilder von diesem Lehrgang und unserem Training im Allgemeinen findest Du hier!


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Sonntag, 05 August 2012 15:15

Sean McColl training

Sean McColl demonstrates some of his training exercises in a gym in France. Not sure if this is all Sean does, the excercises are plausible and emphasize on core strenght though. Nice adjustable wall!

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Donnerstag, 15 März 2012 18:56

Chris Sharma about Letting Go

Chris Sharma talks about the ‘inside game’ of climbing – how our thoughts can either hinder our performance or enhance our experience. The universal idea of letting go and focusing on the present moment allows us to more fully enjoy our passionate pursuits and our lives… of course this is easier said that done.

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Sonntag, 26 Februar 2012 16:17

DAV Kletterkader Lehrgang Augsburg Feb. 2012

Für 2012 erprobt der DAV Trainerstab ein neues Konzept für Disziplin- und altersübergreifende Lehrgänge. Das Wettbewerbsklettern entwickelt sich stetig und so müssen wir unsere Strategien und Methoden anpassen. Die strickte Trennung nach Disziplinen erscheint uns nicht mehr sinnvoll in Zeiten, in denen eine Mina Marcovic sowohl den BWC in München, als auch den Gesamtweltcup im Lead gewinnt. Der DAV selber hat mit Shorti einen Athleten am Start, der sowohl in jedes Lead- als auch in jedes Boulderfinale klettern kann und dafür mit dem zweiten Platz im Overall bei der WM in Arco belohnt worden ist. Altersübergreifende Lehrgänge sollen sowohl den jungen Kletterern den Übergang zu den Erwachsenen erleichtern, als auch die Kommunikation zwischen den Jugend- und den jeweiligen Fachtrainern verbessern.

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Donnerstag, 08 Dezember 2011 15:59

Lizenz zum Klettern Diaschau

Seit 1996 über 45.000 verkaufte Exemplare und immer noch die Bibel des Sportkletterns! "Die große Stärke der "Lizenz" bleibt es, die Frage "Wie werde ich ein besserer Kletterer?" fundiert, von wirklich allen Seiten und mit vielen inspirierenden Gedanken (und Fotos) und praktischen Tips anzugehen." -Klettern

Hier einige Bilder aus der aktuellen Auflage von 2010. Und hier kannst Du Lizenz zum Klettern kaufen!

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Mittwoch, 24 Februar 2010 19:15

Unstable Bouldering



Gestern haben wir im Rahmen des DAV- Stützpunkttrainings mal mit dem Lapis Rollybar und den Rollyballs herumgespielt. Sehr interessant! Dies ist nur ein kleiner Ausschnitt unserer Maßnahmen um uns auf die Boulderweltcupsaison 2010 vorzubereiten (siehe unten). Da ich unser Training oft mit 2 (oder mehr) kleinen Videokameras aufzeichne, kann man evtl. im Herbst einen Film über das Training auf Weltcupniveau schneiden ...

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Dienstag, 30 Juni 2009 13:52

Besser Bouldern! workshop

 Kurzes Video von Udo Neumanns "Besser Bouldern!" workshop, 2009 im Blockwerk / Mainz

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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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Diesen Winter ergibt sich die günstige Gelegenheit eines einzigartigen Klettertrainings Experiments. Vier Probanden unterschiedlicher Leistungsfähigkeit wollen im Rahmen ihrer Möglichkeiten ALLES tun um ihr Kletterziel Ostern 2007 zu erreichen!

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Sonntag, 10 Mai 2009 08:45

Lizenz zum Klettern V3

Als die erste Auflage von „Lizenz zum Klettern“ 1995 erschien, war die Resonanz bei Kletterern und Fachpresse überwältigend. Undogmatisch und phantasievoll werden alle Kriterien behandelt, die bei der Steigerung der eigenen Leistungsfähigkeit am Fels eine Rolle spielen. Jetzt ist die völlig überarbeitete und erweiterte "Lizenz zum Klettern V3" erchienen.

Auf den 240, zum großen Teil farbigen Seiten nimmt besonders die Klettertechnik breiten Raum ein. Dabei werden die Techniken in konkreten Situation analysiert und nicht an einer Kunstwand "nachgestellt". Der illustre Kreis der "Vorbilder" umfasst einige der besten Kletterer unserer Zeit und reicht vom dreizehn jährigen Wunderkind Adam Ondra über Angela Eiter, Chris Sharma, Dave Graham, Fred Nicole, Klem Loskot, Marietta Uhden zu Yuji Hirayama und vielen Anderen. Gezeigt wird das ganze Spektrum klettersportlicher Aktivitäten. Ob bouldern, deep water soloing, Sport- oder Abenteuerklettern und Bigwalls, Lizenz zum Klettern V3 behandelt alles und hält zahllose Tips zur Verbesserung bereit.

Hinsichtlich der neuen Trainingsmethoden wird anschaulich gemacht, in welchem Umfang die jeweiligen Prinzipien und Übungen für das Klettern sinnvoll sind. Aus den vorherigen Auflagen übernommen ist die Betonung individueller Unterschiede: Anhand von drei prototypischen Charakteren wird beschrieben, wie individuelle Defizite auch spezielle Lösungen erfordern. Neben den physischen Faktoren beschreibt das Buch auch ausführlich mentale Probleme, die den Weg nach oben bremsen. Das Ganze ist nicht hochtheoretisch, sondern anschaulich und nett zu lesen aufbereitet. Die Neuauflage enthält zahlreiche Grafiken, Fotos und Bewegungssequenzen, die den Erklärungen plastische Gestalt verleihen. Da das Buch keine Informationen zur Sicherungstechnik enthält, eignet es sich nicht als alleiniges Lehrbuch für Anfänger. Wer sich aber möglichst effektiv verbessern will, kommt an Lizenz zum Klettern V3 nicht vorbei.

 

Lizenz erneuert

"Vor 12 Jahren brachte Udo Neumann erstmals sein Kletterlehrbuch "Lizenz zum Klettern" auf den Markt. Dieses Frühjahr erschien nun die stark überarbeitete Fassung "Lizenz zum Klettern V3", die allen, die gerne besser Klettern wollen, den Weg durch den Maßnahmen Dschungel weit. Alles, was die "Lizenz" seit jeher zur positiven Ausnahme unter den Kletterbüchern gemacht hat - die witzige Schreibe, die vielen praktischen Beispiele, die ganzheitliche Herangehensweise an das Phänomen der Kletterleistung - ist hier wieder enthalten und weiter ausgebaut worden. Das Buch beschäftigt sich mit jedem Aspekt des Kletterkönnens (und -wollens), wobei die mentale Seite eine ebenso große Rolle spielt wie die rein körperliche. Neu sind die vielen bunten Bilder, die vor allem die Kapitel zur Klettertechnik ausführlich und anschaulich illustrieren. Anhand von Beispielen aus allen Spielarten des Sportkletterns erläutert Udo die Technikstärken und -schwächen der gezeigten Protagonisten, darunter viele der besten Kletterer derWelt. Streckenweise wird das Buch so zum Bilderbuch, wobei die Bilder stets einen Zweck erfüllen, der auch erklärt wird. Bei der Klettertechnik führt Udo eine Reihe neuer Übungen ein, das gleiche gilt im Trainingskapitel für die Körperspannungs- und dehnungsübungen. Wie gehabt ist die "Lizenz" nicht das übersichtlichste Buch der Welt und es sind immer noch einige Bildfolgen im Briefmarkenformat enthalten (aber sie sind inzwischen die große Ausnahme).
Die große Stärke der "Lizenz" bleibt es, die Frage "Wie werde ich ein besserer Kletterer?" fundiert, von wirklich allen Seiten und mit vielen inspirierenden Gedanken (und Fotos) und praktischen Tips anzugehen."


--- Klettern, Mai 2007  

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