Besides allowing you to cop a no-hands rest, a kneebar can also free up a hand to clip or make an otherwise difficult reach. This is how you do it.
Whether you climb 5.11 or 5.13, being able to rest on route can make the difference between a send and flail.
When honing their craft, new tradsters usually focus on their gear skills, but there’s more to trad climbing than being able to place nuts and cams.
There’s no reason to lug a heavy backpack. Lighten your load with these 14 tried and tested weight-saving tactics.
Learn all you need to know about adapting your technique, pace and conditioning for trail running.
Running at night can be both rewarding and challenging. Here’s what you need to know to make the most of those after dark sessions.
Before you rope up for your first trad lead, you need to know how to place and extend gear. Here’s how it is done.
Besides lowering the risk of injury, solid spotting skills can give your climbing partners the confidence they need to push their limits
Conquering your fear of falling is the most important thing you can do to improve your climbing and have more fun.