As a coach, I bring well over 40 years’ climbing experience and almost 25 years as a coach. I have noticed that the most basic advice, the most basic concepts, and even the most basic movements, can be the hardest for people to put into practice, and are frequently overlooked by those on a mission to “get strong.”
The first thing anyone needs to do before they train anything is to learn how to climb well and I can usually tell what someone needs to work on most within a session or two. We will need to look at the overall picture of technique, strength, flexibility and mentality.
I enjoy creating routines, mostly through climbing, that will genuinely make a difference to climbing ability by building strength where it actually matters, and I love to work one-on-one to help push people for the ultimate workout.
With help from my wife, Lisa, I coach people to get stronger, fitter, but most importantly better at climbing, without them getting injured.