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In climbing , movement must come first. Climbing's technical requirements are complex, its movement types near innumerable and best of all, its constantly evolving.

Technique as a climber is your sport intelligence expressed through movement. The better you understand the language of climbing, the more solutions you will see to whatever problems the wall throws at you. When you can see all the options, you can choose the one best suited to your style, and the problem at hand. When you're blind to the core language of the sport, or simply working from a limited vocabulary, strength and will can only carry you so high. 

Expand your movement vocabulary in the language of climbing. Read lines differently, climb more decisively and move with intelligence. You're likely stronger than your current technique allows you to perform. Uncover the inefficiencies in your technique and open your eyes wide to a world of movement options. 

All Body Language services can be submitted to your benefits, contact us for more information. 



Technique is foundational to climbing performance but as difficulty increases, strength is what keeps our movement precise.

Strength protects against imperfect execution, route reading errors, and what lets us fight as we problem solve mid climb.  Strength is our armor against the onslaught of difficulty as we push the boundaries of what we're capable of.

Strength training is essential if you want to push your performance as a climber, but have you maximized the strength you currently have? A complex relationship exists between ones movement intelligence and honing a refined strength to weight ratio. Our approach to strength training analyzes how your body type, movement skills and body composition factor in to your strength to weight ratio. These factors are inextricable from one another and either support or hinder your current climbing performance. Strength is more nuanced than your training plan.

All Body Language services can be submitted to your benefits, contact us for more information. 

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