It’s Boulder Provincials weekend in Ontario with Youth and Open athletes competing. Altitude Gym in Kanata will host the two day event with all category semis on Saturday and Finals Sunday. .
And SCBC athletes will be back on the blocs Saturday with an Open and Youth comp at Project Climbing Abbotsford. All categories will scramble early in the day and a World Cup format Open Finals will take place Saturday night. .
Video of Ontario crusher Zach Richardson via @zachclimbs . .
@ontarioclimbingfederation @sportclimbingbc @up_the_bloc @altitudegym @pccabbotsford @onsitebouldering @dimension_volumes
Fun one from @dattel1! “On the Afterparty of the semi-finals from the competition @boulder_bundesliga i had a lot of Fun with table-bouldering with @rattis_welt and @g_p_gpunkt . Love this table by @adidas/ @adidasterrex” #bouldering#fun
Photo by: @katha_saurwein "I always say that I love to train and it's 99% true, but hangboarding is that 1% which I really don't like. I'm always scared for my fingers and it hurts the skin.
But is it a necessary evil? Or not necessary at all? What are your thoughts on deadhangs?"
Sir-Crimps-a-Lot (V9, 7C)🕶🎤🎶
난 짜지 않으니깐:)
is this thing too soft or sandbagged? I can’t tell... The thing is that I don’t think I can grade properly these days. Grading system completely broke down in my head.
It’s just that gym grade, outdoor rock grade and moonboard grade differ a lot from each other, at least under my belt. In regard to grading my own problems, I’ve tried to stick to the outdoor grade I have experienced so far. But now that I’ve met so many climbers saying different stuff, it seems just so hard for me to reach a general consensus on this particular matter. So help me out here. Do I usually sandbag much? or Do I grade about right? or soft? What do you think? Let me know of your opinions for my future reference. thx:) #moonboard#moonclimbing#moonboarding#문보드#trainhardclimbharder @moonclimbing @moonclimbingna
I'm at home reviewing my climbs and while watching this one, I realized an alternative beta to make the last reach easier (use the arete🤦🏻♀️🤦🏻♀️) but it's too late! Don't you hate that feeling of not being able to try it. 😂😩 Now I'm just motivated to go back to my home gym and pick a new project. I love the creative process of figuring out my beta! #supermotivated#staydriven#bouldering#climbing#climber#motivationalfitness
Prairie jumps for joy at Wilderness of Rocks overlooking Tucson,AZ. This place is a climber's bream as the quality and quantity of rock is truly impressive.
You do have to work for it as the approaches are generally over an hour but it is well worth it. Love this place. Many thanks to @drl.jefe for the tour of the newest sector.
First time trying bouldering and peg board climbing for a study break. Shoutout to my new addiction 🤷🏾♂️ #bouldering