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Subtopics in Bouldering:

    Pad-Fu- advanced technique by Joe Iurato
    Eight Spotting Techniques
    When 6’4” Corey Dwan first plucked me from the sky, I’d just pitched from a Grampians, Australia, highball — he quickly earned a place on my all-time spotting dream team. Dwan’s masterful bodycatching technique is even a matter of public record, as seen in the 1998 climbi...
    Abbey Smith at Climbing Magazine
    Week Key
    Your Goal: Boulder Harder
    Q: “I am a boulderer and would like to climb two or three grades harder within one year.” —Adam A: Being motivated and dedicated is the key to reaching any goal. This year-long program, geared toward intermediate and advanced climbers, will show you how to get stronger a...
    Kris Peters at Climbing Magazine
    Build your own bouldering wall
    Build Your Own Bouldering Wall
    Even those of us with easy access to quality boulders and crags often find ourselves wanting. Sometime weather shuts us down, and sometimes we just want to train in a more structured way than we typically can on granite or limestone. Even if you have a climbing gym nearby...
    Adam Riser at Backcountry

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By Brad "Stonyman" Killough
From: Alabama
Jan 13, 2015
Bouldering is a great intro into rock climbing. This is where you can learn moves and balances.A cheap way to start climbing. Always start with a certified guide or someone you trust that's been doing for many years.
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