Sport Climbing

Author: Andrew Bisharat
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594854610
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Sport climbers often project a route that tests their physical limits in hopes of an eventual completion, regardless of the number of attempts. Succeeding requires a solid understanding of belaying and other climbing techniques that are used in various climbing disciplines, but are detailed here specifically for sport climbing. Targeting varying abilities, Sport Climbing teaches climbers how to rehearse moves and train for routes, how to get through the pump, how to fight until the endof a pitch, how to stay composed when tired, and how to best use their bodies to climb efficiently and expertly. Whether inspiring new climbers to learn the nuances of scaling vertical terrain, or delving into a deeper, more conceptual understanding of how to go about projecting a route, Andrew Bisharat brings confidence and a level of practicality to the sport. He demonstrates how skills specific to redpointing transfer over to traditional climbing, making this a must-have book for any climber.Featuring tips from famous climbers such as Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold, the author brings a modern voice to a fun and exciting sport.

Modern Rock Climbing

Author: Todd Skinner
Editor: Ics Books
ISBN:
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Intended to supplement professional instruction, offers clear, up-to-date advice, nicely illustrated with line drawings. Includes suggestions on where to go, and a glossary, but no bibliography. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Free Soloing And Other Extreme Rock Climbing

Author: Elliott Smith
Editor:
ISBN: 1543573312
File Size: 23,50 MB
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Explore the elevated world of rock climbing! Readers will learn about free soloing, equipment needed, and safety measures taken for this sky-high sport. Discover other extreme climbing and how athletes practice their skills and experience thrills in nature. The Capstone Interactive edition comes with simultaneous access for every student in your school and includes read aloud audio recorded by professional voice over artists.

A55 Sport Climbs

Author: Michael Doyle
Editor: Pesda Press
ISBN: 1906095213
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In recent years there has been an enormous amount of activity in developing the sport climbing crags and new climbing areas along the A55 expressway corridor in North Wales between Llanddulas and Penmaenmawr. Sport climbing is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, partly because British climbers are becoming seduced by the delights of bolt clipping in the sun in Europe and have come to enjoy the convenience of sport climbing, the easy route finding and technically challenging routes that are relatively safe when compared with traditional ones. The crags in this guide are all easily accessible and it's a fun area. There is much good climbing here, much that is new and it will repay full day visits as well as dipping in and bagging a few routes on the way back from Anglesey or Snowdonia. With 166 routes ranging from F4 to F7C+, its popularity is assured.

Rock Climbing

Author: Wilderness Education Association
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 149258407X
File Size: 22,34 MB
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Rock climbing has been growing in popularity since the 1930s, and it’s no wonder. This exciting activity lets you spend time in the outdoors while challenging yourself both physically and mentally and bonding with friends and family. With the increasing availability of a variety of climbing venues, including indoor climbing gyms, it’s easier than ever to try rock climbing. Rock Climbing is the perfect book for anyone who wants to develop the skills. Rock Climbing will help you explore one of the world’s fastest-growing activities safely and successfully. The experts at the Wilderness Education Association ensure you learn proper technique, which is essential to a safe and enjoyable experience. They prepare you for your adventure with information on fitness and conditioning, equipment and gear selection, and nutrition. Safety skills are integrated throughout the book. You’ll learn how you can use indoor climbing to practice basic skills before moving on to refine and build on those skills in the outdoors. You’ll find easy-to-follow instruction of climbing fundamentals, including knots, belaying, building anchor systems, moving on rock, descending, and lead climbing, giving you all the skills and knowledge you need to be a capable beginning climber. Throughout the book the authors share consumer, technique, and safety tips collected from their years of experience as both climbers and instructors. They also list Web sites to help you find climbing organizations, shop for equipment and gear, plan outdoor climbing trips, and more. The book also includes Success Check questions for each chapter that will help you test your climbing knowledge. Use Rock Climbing to join the millions of other climbing enthusiasts around the world. This complete resource will teach you all the essential information for a successful rock climbing adventure!

Rock Sport Climbing

Author: Edward Willett
Editor: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 9780823938476
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Describes the basics, techniques, gear, safety aspects, and competitions of rock climbing.

Sport Climbs In The Canadian Rockies

Author: John Martin
Editor: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
ISBN: 1771601019
File Size: 39,93 MB
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Sport Climbs in the Canadian Rockies, with over 15,000 copies of previous editions sold, returns with a new, completely revised, updated and redesigned seventh edition. Sport Climbs continues to be the quintessential guidebook that both local and visiting climbers reach for when travelling to Western Canada. Featuring over 2,300 routes located throughout the Bow Valley, including climbs at Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise, Kananaskis Country and the Ghost River area, this new edition features eight new areas, 500 new routes, the latest updates, full-colour maps and photos, and over 300 marked topos. All routes include difficulty classifications and are completely indexed, including first-ascent information.

Rock Climbing

Author: John Long
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493052853
File Size: 60,46 MB
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Written by world renowned rock climbers and veteran Falcon authors John Long and Bob Gaines, this comprehensive volume will be the go-to resource for the necessities of rock climbing safety. By stressing both fundamentals and state-of-the-art techniques, it will be a great resource for both beginners and experienced climbers looking to brush up on their skills.

The Sports Rules Book

Author: Human Kinetics
Editor: Human Kinetics Publishers
ISBN: 1492567590
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"The purpose of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of popular sports to sport enthusiasts and those interested in getting involved in programming multisport opportunities"--

Utah Sport Climbing Stories And Reflections On The Bolting Of The Beehive State

Author: Darren M. Edwards
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1467119091
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Not much drives passionate debate in Utah more than public land use. And sport climbing is securely tethered to that controversy as more thrill-seekers gear up each year to ascend the state's geological wonders. From the bolt wars in Moab to the frenzied route development in American Fork Canyon, Utah remains central in the evolution of the sport. With over sixty interviews and a healthy dose of humor, climber and author Darren M. Edwards tracks the spirit, ethos and feats of bolters who have led the way since the 1980s.

Sport Climbing

Author: John Nichols
Editor: Raintree
ISBN: 9780739846919
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Discusses the history, techniques, and equipment of sport climbing and explains how to get started and how to compete.

The Science Of Climbing And Mountaineering

Author: Ludovic Seifert
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317403169
File Size: 40,13 MB
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This is the first book to explore in depth the science of climbing and mountaineering. Written by a team of leading international sport scientists, clinicians and climbing practitioners, it covers the full span of technical disciplines, including rock climbing, ice climbing, indoor climbing and mountaineering, across all scientific fields from physiology and biomechanics to history, psychology, medicine, motor control, skill acquisition, and engineering. Striking a balance between theory and practice, this uniquely interdisciplinary study provides practical examples and illustrative data to demonstrate the strategies that can be adopted to promote safety, best practice, injury prevention, recovery and mental preparation. Divided into six parts, the book covers all essential aspects of the culture and science of climbing and mountaineering, including: physiology and medicine biomechanics motor control and learning psychology equipment and technology. Showcasing the latest cutting-edge research and demonstrating how science translates into practice, The Science of Climbing and Mountaineering is essential reading for all advanced students and researchers of sport science, biomechanics and skill acquisition, as well as all active climbers and adventure sport coaches.

Rock Climbing The Ultimate Guide

Author: Victoria Robinson
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313378622
File Size: 71,86 MB
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This book provides the ultimate guide to rock climbing in the United States, suitable for climbers and nonclimbers alike, covering the technical and physical aspects of the sport as well as the mental challenges involved. • A chronological history of rock climbing in the United States, covering the places, events, and people • A glossary of key climbing terms • A subject index

Performance Rock Climbing

Author: Dale Goddard
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811722193
File Size: 25,90 MB
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Handbook for experienced climbers covers all the physical and psychological aspects of climbing training.

Mccall Rock Climbing Guide

Author: Thomas Gebhards
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1387401084
File Size: 22,58 MB
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Rock Climbing

Author: Detlef Heise-Flecken
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1782550356
File Size: 40,87 MB
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Rock Climbing provides basic information on belaying, leading and rappelling techniques and offers advice on useful equipment and respect for the environment. Like every climber you will come to the point where you want to leave the climbing gym and exchange plastic handles for real rock beneath your palms. You want to breathe in fresh air, enjoy the sun, wind, and the scenery surrounding you. But in order to do that safely, you first have to train for it. When rock climbing, unlike indoor climbing, you are responsible for protecting yourself. While this promises excitement and a more intense experience, it also requires additional knowledge and both physical and mental strength. This book will cover the right techniques, crucial safety procedures, and essential equipment that allows you to successfully master the first steps in rock climbing. Numerous photos illustrate the challenging and complex sequences and movements in an easy-to-understand way. A brief introduction to indoor climbing is also included.

Rock Climbing

Author: Cynthia A. Dean
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736857352
File Size: 21,51 MB
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Describes the various forms of rock climbing, including sport, traditional, aid, speed, and indoor.

Sport Climbing With Robyn Erbesfield

Author: Robyn Erbesfield
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811729307
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Sport climbing is noted for its focus upon competition and the high level of fitness it demands from its participants. This illustrated text defines techniques, training regimens, and safety advice.

Rock Climbing Anchors 2nd Edition

Author: Topher Donahue
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1680511416
File Size: 10,87 MB
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Seminal book updated by author of the acclaimed Advanced Rock Climbing Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions 400 new color photos demonstrate techniques For this new edition of Rock Climbing Anchors, climber and writer Topher Donahue carefully reviewed each technique and lesson, making them even easier to understand and learn. Key updates include: Improved content hierarchy, reading efficiency, and technique emphasis Pros vs. Cons comparison lists Technological advances and changes in gear and standards Graphic illustrations of forces, movement, "right" vs. "wrong" technique, and more New section on anchor considerations for the climbing gym New distinction between "anchor" and "placement" or "piece"

Rock Climbing

Author: Bill Lund
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 9781560654292
File Size: 31,93 MB
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Describes the history, equipment, and contemporary practice of rock climbing.