The Mountaineers Books Advanced Rock Climbing: Expert Skills and Techniques

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The old way of climbing was systematic, methodical, and consistent. Now it's anything goes, reacting to every situation differently. -Tommy Caldwell a For skilled climbers who want to push to the next level a Tips and advice from Tommy Caldwell, Steph Davis, Lynn Hill, Alex Honnold and more of the world's best climbers a 250 color photographs and 12 illustrations Advanced Rock Climbing: Expert Skills and Techniques is for good climbers who want to get even better-from training to gear, sport climbing to multi-pitch efficiency, and beyond. Each chapter has detailed advice from some of the world's best climbers and guides-Tommy Caldwell, Angela Hawse, Justen Sjong, Steph Davis, Sonny Trotter, Alex Honnold, Lynn Hill, and more. Through clear, step-by-step instruction, detailed color photographs, and hard-earned wisdom, this new guide helps strong climbers increase their speed on multi-pitch climbs, conserve energy on big faces, train for tendon strength, improvise self-rescue, and more. Advanced Rock Climbing is for someone who has been climbing for several years and aspires to transition from intermediate to advanced levels, experienced climbers who are stuck in a rut, and naturally talented climbers who are climbing high grades but who may not have the experience to go further safely.

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The Mountaineers Books Advanced Rock Climbing: Expert Skills and Techniques is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 27, 2019 at Bentgate.com.

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