I suppose it's high time we get this thing started.
Where it's going to go, how long it will last, and how often you'll see it, I have ZERO idea. We'll just have to be surprised together.
For now, a quick intro to what I do know - which frankly, isn't much.
And I have NO IDEA why the play buttons aren't showing yet... I'm working on it. If you click the big square (which obviously is NOT the universal symbol for Play), it will actually play.
We'll be on iTunes and maybe Stitcher soon, which I'll let you know about.
Recorded live at the 2018 CWA Summit, a discussion about diversity and inclusion in the climbing industry.
Today's guest needs absolutely no introduction, but I'm honored to introduce her anyway. She is famed Spanish researcher, coach and climber Eva Lopez.
Ayo Sopeju is a competitive climber, head setter at The Minneapolis Bouldering Project, and an artist who takes the utmost care with his work.
This past October in Minneapolis I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with one of the most exciting comp climbers to watch - recent Pan American Combined Champion Kyra Condie.
We all create some sort of mythology around certain routes or grades - a mythology that often says "you don't belong on this route!"
Let’s face it. All of us who are trying hard to push ourselves will eventually be injured.
For this Board Meeting, Nate and I sit down with our good friend Dru Mack to discuss something that we are all far too well versed in: The 5 most common redpoint pitfalls that we see climbers get trapped in.
If you're a coach, this is a must listen to episode. In fact, if you're a climber who wants to learn to climb better, it's a must listen.
With all the information out there on training, rehabbing, and performance, it’s tough to know where to start when you’re injured. Dr. Jared Vagy developed a system that makes that process much simpler, and lays out a much clearer path to healing.
Joslynn Corredor is the definition of strength and courage.
Fame and authenticity don’t always go hand in hand. We’d love to believe that in climbing they always do, but that just isn’t the case.
In this episode, Nate and I break from our recent Top 5 format, and sit down to have a discussion about how climbers are a product of their environment.
Dru Mack has a list given to him by JStar that is a surefire way to develop into a better climber.
Today's episode is a question and answer session from our Performance Climbing Coach Seminar, recorded live in Columbia, MD.
Don't get us wrong... we LOVE gyms. And if your only goal is to be as good as you can in your gym, then you can skip this episode.
We're flipping the script for our 100th episode. Nate takes over the host mic, and I do my best to let him lead the conversation.
I've heard Tonde Katiyo described as a ninja, a samurai, Buddha and Yoda, among other ethereal, higher level beings. Though Tonde is definitely a human, those descriptions aren't necessarily wrong.
"A good coach-athlete relationship means that coaches allow themselves to not always be right..."
- Madeleine Eppensteiner | Climbing Psychology
These are three of the most dynamic women I've ever had the pleasure of having a conversation with. They've put their souls into their work.
If you aren't aware of Jorg Verhoeven, it's likely that you don't pay all that much attention to climbing.
Ryan Gagnon is rare blend of data driven research and infectious enthusiasm, particularly when discussing his programs built to introduce and engage minority youth in climbing.
Long before John Sherman was a crusader for the plight of the California Condor, he was a bouldering pioneer, brilliant writer, and creator of the bouldering V-scale. In this episode we sit down in Hueco Tanks to discuss his accomplishments as well as to argue about his most infamous creation.
A good climbing partner can be your greatest asset. If you dispute this, it's because you've never had a great partner, and you're just going to have to trust me.
Aicacia Young believes that health begins in the gut, and she LOVES to talk about it. So much so that it almost makes me excited to do the same. Almost.
In this episode, in the midst of a gym tour, Nate and I sit down to discuss how we feel about climbing gym grades. Do they matter? Should they be taken seriously?
In this episode I talk with a successful coach/climber team: Taylor Reed and Bella Jariel. Taylor has helped coach Bella to big success on the international stage. She's the USA Climbing Youth National Champion in speed climbing, as well as a qualifier for the US Youth Team in all 4 disciplines - Sport, Speed, Bouldering, and the Olympic Combined Format.
Peter Bonamici is a midwest bouldering legend. He'll disagree with that, but it's my podcast, so I can make that statement if I want to. Not to mention, it's true.
You've undoubtedly seen the book, the videos, or heard Dr. Vagy in other podcasts. In this 3 part series we're going to dig into the concepts behind the easy to follow system of prehab and rehab that Dr. Vagy has built.
Five days. Five episodes. One theme. Common sense isn't always common practice.