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Jan 052015
 
Workout of the Week: TRX Core with Matt

TRX CORE with Matt 3 easy exercises with the TRX that focus on increasing core and core stability. TIME: Varies DIFFICULTY: All levels EQUIPMENT: TRX straps (available to borrow at all gyms) FOCUS: Core     IMPORTANT: Climbing and climbing training, such as the exercises in the WOW, are inherently dangerous activities.  Participation in these exercises is done at your own Read more…

Dec 292014
 
Workout of the Week: Footwork Accuracy & Core Strength with Rob

FOOTWORK & CORE with Rob 3 fun exercises to do after climbing that target core stability and footwork accuracy. TIME: Varies DIFFICULTY: All levels EQUIPMENT: Steep Wall and Systems Wall FOCUS: Core and Footwork.   IMPORTANT: Climbing and climbing training, such as the exercises in the WOW, are inherently dangerous activities.  Participation in these exercises is done at your own risk. Read more…

Dec 262014
 
A Visit From St. Nicholas at PG San Francisco ~ by Reinhard Cate

Written by PG San Francisco Instructor Reinhard Cate  Twas the night before Christmas, when all through San Francisco PG, not a climber was stirring not even ‘EAC’. (Eliot A. Carlsen) Ropes were hung from the anchors with care, in hopes that psyched climbers soon would be there. The staff were bivvied all snug in their beds; Read more…

Dec 082014
 
Workout of the Week: Partner Exercises with Amy & Jutta

Partner Exercises with Amy & Jutta 3 fun exercises to do with a partner that target stability, core and pulling power. TIME: Varies DIFFICULTY: All levels EQUIPMENT: Medicine Ball, two towels and bosu (optional) FOCUS: Core, stability and pulling power.   IMPORTANT: Climbing and climbing training, such as the exercises in the WOW, are inherently dangerous activities.  Participation in these Read more…