WORKOUT: Love Your Body, Lose Your Love Handles @DIYActiveHQ #fitness #workout #exercise #AtHomeFitness

WORKOUT: Love Your Body, Lose Your Love Handles @DIYActiveHQ #fitness #workout #exercise #AtHomeFitness

If you've been climbing for any length of time, then you will most likely know how it feels to experience pain with your hands. We have looked at the best ways to prepare your hands for a session of climbing, the best products to

If you've been climbing for any length of time, then you will most likely know how it feels to experience pain with your hands. We have looked at the best ways to prepare your hands for a session of climbing, the best products to

You’ve surely heard this once (if not a thousand times) before: Climbing is all about your feet. Here's why, and how to improve your footwork.

You’ve surely heard this once (if not a thousand times) before: Climbing is all about your feet. Here's why, and how to improve your footwork.

These 10 tips for bouldering might come in handy: I started climbing in late September and just got gifted my first pair of climbing shoes. May 2015 be the year of trying top roping and nailing some consistent v4's.

These 10 tips for bouldering might come in handy: I started climbing in late September and just got gifted my first pair of climbing shoes. May 2015 be the year of trying top roping and nailing some consistent v4's.

Jeremy's forearms. Drool. This is part 2 to my first post on climbing training while injured, focusing on pinches, slopers, and forearms. There's a good amount of info about training finger strength for crimps, but not a lot out there for pinches and slopers. And if you know Jeremy, his

Jeremy's forearms. Drool. This is part 2 to my first post on climbing training while injured, focusing on pinches, slopers, and forearms. There's a good amount of info about training finger strength for crimps, but not a lot out there for pinches and slopers. And if you know Jeremy, his

This article shows you how to properly warm-up prior to climbing and is based on the latest research.  The warm-up is broken into four stages.  The first stage is "on the wall" and uses the entire body to generate warmth while mirroring climbing positions.  The second stage is "rotation" which uses circular movements to warm-up the joints.  There third stage is "upper body" which uses dynamic stretching to warm-up the primary muscles used climbing.  The fourth stage is "wrists and fingers"…

This article shows you how to properly warm-up prior to climbing and is based on the latest research. The warm-up is broken into four stages. The first stage is "on the wall" and uses the entire body to generate warmth while mirroring climbing positions. The second stage is "rotation" which uses circular movements to warm-up the joints. There third stage is "upper body" which uses dynamic stretching to warm-up the primary muscles used climbing. The fourth stage is "wrists and fingers"…

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