Falcon Guides How To Climb 5.12

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The updated How to Climb 5.12 offers the skill and techniques to reach advanced climbing potential.


How to Climb 5.12 from The Globe Pequot Press is an intermediates guide on how to push their climbing limits and reach that elusive grade of 5.12. This manual presents readers tips and techniques on training, climbing efficiency and overcoming mental barriers. The 3rd edition includes a self-assessment test, detailed exercises for building strength and endurance, while providing strategies on how to send your hardest projects.

- Mountain Gear

How To Climb 5.12 is a manual for intermediate climbers to make the physical and mental jump to advanced climbing ability. It offers streamlined tips and suggestions on such critical issues as cutting-edge strength training, mental training, and climbing strategy. PRODUCT FEATURES: Author: Eric J Horst Softcover; 176 pages; color photographs and maps Globe Pequot Press; copyright 2012 Includes a self-assessment test to optimize training, techniques and drills for advanced learning of climbing skills as well as strength and endurance training How to Climb 5.12 also offers strategies for managing fear and building confidence, as well as tactics for on-sight climbing and redpointing

- Appalachian Outdoors

In the sport of rock climbing, 5.12 looked upon as the "door" to the elite levels of difficulty. This performance guidebook dispels the myth, and teaches average climbers how to achieve the most rapid gains in climbing ability possible."Packs a lot into a slim book . . . a great first training book and a good addition to any training junkie's book shelf." --Rock & Ice magazine