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Books About Climbing Training

Read and expand your knowledge base with books from a variety of authors. Learn new techniques with diagrams and photographs for all kinds of climbing from bouldering to big wall.

Learning to Climb Indoors

Learning to Climb Indoors

Indoor climbing presents challenges and rewards in a very unique way compared to other sports. Each route is an opportunity for self-development, problem solving, positive thinking, mental control. Climbing challenges the body in a way no other sport can match, in terms of flexibility, stamina, control. This book is an essential handbook for every beginner, Learning to Climb Indoors is the most complete book available on indoor climbing.
Toproping

Toproping

This book offers many color pictures and great information. It includes essential information novice climbers need to know. knots tying, basic and advanced anchoring, belay techniques, and lowering climbers from fixed anchors. Many complex toproping situations are presented and illustrated with full color photos.
Better Bouldering, 2nd

Better Bouldering, 2nd

Author John Sherman offers his bouldering techniques and tricks from his thirty-six-year bouldering career. In this book, the author gives us the current trends in techniques, equipment, and injury treatment. Read his interesting stories, get insights and glean knowledge from this accomplished American bouldering guru.
Better Bouldering, 2nd

Climbing: From Gym to Rock

This is a pocket-size instructional climbing book with the backing of the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) that focuses on getting indoor climbers outdoors, with color photos throughout.
Knots for Climbers

Knots for Climbers

This is an illustrated book providing sequences and examples for tying climbing knots. It covers all the common knots plus many other knots. The presentation uses clear color photos making it easy to understand and learn. Some of the knots are the Munter hitch, auto block, clove hitch, and figure eight. See them in use in the field along with how they are used with climbing equipment.
Knots for Climbers

Climbing: Knots

Features easy to understand, and illustrated instructional knot-tying for the novice climber. It's a nice, pocket-size book, portable and easy-to-use, with clear photos throughout to assist with learning.
How to Rock Climb!

How to Rock Climb!

This excellent guide gives the new climber an introduction and helps intermediate climbers improve their knowledge and skill. Packed with over 400 color photographs and illustrations you will see the most modern equipment, technique, and training methods. Written in a clear, concise, and entertaining style, the fundamentals through the most intricate modern techniques are clearly explained.
Maximum Climbing: Mental Training for Peak Performance and Optimal Experience

Maximum Climbing

Learn how the mind and psychological factors influence climbing performance. This book explores the mental aspect of high level climbing, stating that people climbing with their minds-- that the hands and feet are merely extensions of their thoughts and will. Understanding gleaned from this book will prove invaluable in any type or aspect of the sport of climbing.
Crack Climbing!

Crack Climbing!

Excellent use of photos, illustrations and written text convey the techniques involved in crack climbing. If you are a sport climber, this book will help you make the transition to trad. Learn the jamming techniques used by trad climbers. How to safely lead cracks and how to place protection. Gain control and efficiency of movement and conserve and recover strength.
Training for Climbing, 2nd

Training for Climbing, 2nd

Offers a valuable information for climbers wanting to improve, from mental exercises to injury prevention and nutrition. This book is a valuable read for climbers wanting to boost their performance up a notch.
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