How to Climb Harder – 2 Day

How to Climb Harder – 2 Day
Dream of pushing your grade and climbing harder? On our How to Climb Harder course we use a holistic approach to improve your technique, tactics, confidence and mental approach to climbing, to deliver repeatable results to your climbing. There is even a How to Climb Harder textbook to go with the course.  
 

With the successful release of “How To Climb Harder“, its author and Snowdonia Mountain Guides head coach Mark Reeves is offering a course that covers a wide, diverse and complete look at improving your rock climbing.

This 2-day rock climbing course will make a real difference to how you climb. Helping you climb in more relaxed fashion, with better technique, improved tactics and at the same time re-energising your drive to get out there and enjoy yourself on the rock. You might also find yourself breaking into harder grades and more challenging climbs.

The course is run by Mark Reeves, with over twenty years experience as a rock climbing instructor and coach. A holder of the nationally recognised Mountain Instructor Award and a Master degree in Applied Sports Science. He has a thorough knowledge and experience of Effective Coaching, Sports Psychology and Performance Physiology.

Mark has used his experience to onsight climbs up to E6 and 7b. Still climbing and training regularly, he knows just how hard it is to maintain performance.

All this experience and more from the rock faces around the world went into writing the book How to Climb Harder and is now being used to deliver a unique weekend rock climbing course that will find and address your weaknesses and help you climb harder.

The course involves coaching of rock climbing movement techniques on both boulder problems and rock climbs. We also cover the tactical approach to leading a rock climb, as well as the psychological skills that will help you improve how you feel when lead climbing. What is great about this course is the accompanying textbook that you can use to carry on the improvements after the course has finished, to help you to remember and revisit the lessons we cover during the course.

Workshops include

 

  • Footwork Workshop
  • Steep Rock Workshop
  • Efficient Climbing Workshop
  • Mental Skills Workshop
  • Tactical Workshop
  • Training Workshop
  • Gear Placement workshop
 
 
 
Prior Experience: Some prior lead climbing experience
Duration: 2 Day
Cost: £250

Course Start Dates:
April 7, 2018
July 21, 2018
  • NB: We can arrange course dates to meet your requirements.

  • To book, find out more or to arrange an alternative date email us here.
    …or call us on 07872565225

    Photos from Previous Courses

    New routing on the Range. Here climbing Webby's Downfall near Porth Daffarch

    New routing on the Range. Here climbing Webby's Downfall near Porth Daffarch

    The amazing last pitch of the classic Tennis Shoe, named after the footwear of the first ascentionist. Which was something of a controversy at the time.

    The amazing last pitch of the classic Tennis Shoe, named after the footwear of the first ascentionist. Which was something of a controversy at the time.

    Llion Morris moments before he took a long fall off of Short Stories, E4, Never Neverland.

    Llion Morris moments before he took a long fall off of Short Stories, E4, Never Neverland.

    Simon Geering following the awesome Symphony Crack at rhoscolyn possible the best easy route at Gogarth

    Simon Geering following the awesome Symphony Crack at rhoscolyn possible the best easy route at Gogarth

    The amazing last pitch of the classic Tennis Shoe, named after the footwear of the first ascentionist. Which was something of a controversy at the time. Here being climbed by Josh Douglas on our UK trad tour.

    The amazing last pitch of the classic Tennis Shoe, named after the footwear of the first ascentionist. Which was something of a controversy at the time. Here being climbed by Josh Douglas on our UK trad tour.

    Pete Robin's on the first ascent of Wild Youth 8b(+), which links Wild Understatement into Youthansia, at LPT.

    Pete Robin's on the first ascent of Wild Youth 8b(+), which links Wild Understatement into Youthansia, at LPT.

    Simon Lake tackles the crux on the first pitch of Mousetrap, one of the finest E2, sea cliff adventures in the UK. Mousetrap Zawn, South Stack, Gogarth.

    Simon Lake tackles the crux on the first pitch of Mousetrap, one of the finest E2, sea cliff adventures in the UK. Mousetrap Zawn, South Stack, Gogarth.

    A climber tackles the top pitch of Rap at Castell Helen, opne of the classic VS's at Gogarth.

    A climber tackles the top pitch of Rap at Castell Helen, opne of the classic VS's at Gogarth.


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