Private Rock Climbing Coaching

Private Rock Climbing Coaching
If you want to improve your climbing at any level then our personal coaching days will suit you. Whether it is a single day or a week. We are bound to be able to help you break new ground in terms of difficulty and commitment.  
 
 

Sometimes our courses are not exactly what you want or when you want them. As such we offer private rock climbing coaching and instruction that are tailored to what you want at a time that is convenient for you. These courses can include any of the aspects that our main courses run and will be designed specifically with you in mind.

We specialise in this type of course and find that it allows us to focus on what you need to progress in your climbing. Whilst we do run these courses 1 to 1 they are much better to do with your regular climbing partner.

The general format of the courses is some pre-course questioning to your needs and current climbing level. We use this information to select a venue that will best suit your needs. We then get you to climb a route within your ability and based on what we observe start our coaching from there.

We feel this student-centred method of coaching where we use observation prior to offering advice a very effective way to help deliver a solution just the specific issues we see. Nearly all subsequent application of the lessons and interventions we teach will generally be done with you on lead. Making the course feel really relevent to your rock climbing.

The types of coaching topic we cover on this course are:

  • Foot work
  • Body Positon
  • Balance
  • Tactics
  • Mental Skills
  • Route Choice
  • Reading Routes

These courses do not neccessary look at training, however we do offer advice on tailoring you training to your specific needs at the end of the course. As well as giving you a few things to focus on in the immediate future. We have found that 95% of the people 95% of the time improve their grade during a two day coaching courses through the application of technique and tactics.

 
 
 
 
Prior Experience: Some lead climbing experience.
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: £250
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    Photos from Previous Courses

    Tim Neill on Boat People, 7c; Blair Fyffe on possibly Never Get out of the Boat, 8a; and Tommy Chammking working The Empire State 8a. All at one of the most impressive hard sports crags in the UK, The Diamond on Little Ormes.

    Tim Neill on Boat People, 7c; Blair Fyffe on possibly Never Get out of the Boat, 8a; and Tommy Chammking working The Empire State 8a. All at one of the most impressive hard sports crags in the UK, The Diamond on Little Ormes.

    Rocio Seimens on Leftover a rather desperate and difficult to read E2.

    Rocio Seimens on Leftover a rather desperate and difficult to read E2.

    Ian Hey totally focused having made the long reach for the jug on Scratch Arete, Pant Ifan tremadog.

    Ian Hey totally focused having made the long reach for the jug on Scratch Arete, Pant Ifan tremadog.

    Sam following Icarus at Rhoscolyn, this classic HVS has a real beast if a crack at its end!

    Sam following Icarus at Rhoscolyn, this classic HVS has a real beast if a crack at its end!

    The classic easy route up the idwal slabs, at Diff it is within most people reach. Here Alex Rogers starts out the UK trad tour with this amazing route.

    The classic easy route up the idwal slabs, at Diff it is within most people reach. Here Alex Rogers starts out the UK trad tour with this amazing route.

    Andy Scott on the Mask of the Mask of the Red Death. A stunning E3 at Rhoscolyn.

    Andy Scott on the Mask of the Mask of the Red Death. A stunning E3 at Rhoscolyn.

    Simon Lake climbing the classic route Fay, E4 at lower sharpnose point. No pushjovewr for the grade either!

    Simon Lake climbing the classic route Fay, E4 at lower sharpnose point. No pushjovewr for the grade either!

    Some british climbers silloetted on the final aerate of Aguja Rojo, Riglos

    Some british climbers silloetted on the final aerate of Aguja Rojo, Riglos