Having completed the ‘Introduction to Climbing’ course, you can develop your skills over four visits. This climbing course will help you develop your personal climbing skills. Over the 4 sessions you will cover basic climbing skills that will allow you to move with confidence and conviction across a range of terrain.
Duration – 4 sessions consisting of 1.5hrs each
Prerequisite – be a registered member of Dynamic Rock climb F5 or V1
Aim – To help Climbers make more productive use of the climbing halls, via basic techniques revolved around common movement patterns. Also to highlight basic climbing ‘how to’ from terminology to session ideas.
Outline – The course is split into 4 areas based on different angles.
Week 1, Foot work. looking at key components that make good footwork, allowing a solid platform to be built for future climbing.
Week 2, Slabs. Continuing from the foot work theme of week 1 this 2nd session will look at some basic principles such as weight transfer and some more complex challenges that are often found on Slabs.
Week 3, corners and Aretes, Love them or hate them most climbs feature them at some point so week 3 is dedicated to the skills required to climb these features. Opposing forces is the name of the game and our coaches will introduce you to some great drills to take the fear away from bridging or laybacking.
Week 4, Overhangs, Many of us see overhangs as impossible or to tiring but with the help of some basic techniques you too can be there master. The aim will be to help you move efficiently over steep ground too conserve your energy for when its really needed!
For those that have completed one of our courses we can offer advice and guidance on the next step. Our experienced staff can help you take your climbing further whether that is through one to one performance coaching sessions or introducing you to the outdoors or simply introducing you to other climbers with similar interests.