How to Climb 5.12 (英語) ペーパーバック – 2011/11/22
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In the sport of rock climbing, 5.12 is a magical grade of difficulty?the rating that separates intermediate climbers from the sports elite. Many intermediate climbers mistakenly believe that climbs of 5.12 difficulty are simply beyond their reach. This revised and updated edition of Eric Horsts best-selling instructional manual dispels that myth, and shows average climbers how they can achieve heights previously considered the exclusive domain of the full-time climber.
How to Climb 5.12 is a performance guidebook that will help climbers attain the most rapid gains in climbing ability possible. Hörst provides streamlined tips and suggestions on such critical issues as cutting-edge strength training, mental training, and climbing strategy. How to Climb 5.12 is the perfect manual to help intermediate climbers quickly along the road to mastery.
""How to Climb 5.12" packs a lot into a slim book . . . a great first training book and a good addition to any training junkie's book shelf." --"Rock & Ice" magazine (praise for a previous edition)
Praise for previous editions Well researched and right on. Lynn Hill, Wold Cup champion and first woman to climb 5.14 "How to Climb 5.12 packs a lot into a slim book . . . a great first training book and a good addition to any training junkie's book shelf. Rock & Ice magazine"
Praise for previous editions "Well researched and right on." --Lynn Hill, Wold Cup champion and first woman to climb 5.14 "How to Climb 5.12 packs a lot into a slim book . . . a great first training book and a good addition to any training junkie's book shelf." --Rock & Ice magazine
The self-evaluations in this work are less elaborate than in his other works, especially compared to Conditioning for Climbing, which had very good evaluations. That is a shame because his better ones can be very helpful. In spite of that this is a great book, especially when combined with Conditioning for Climbing and Maximum Climbing (if you are high-end enough to use this book, you may want to skip Training for Climbing, which is largely the same material but aimed at climbers of all levels).