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Hosted by Neely Quinn, The TrainingBeta Podcast is a weekly conversation with rock climbing's best and brightest. Pro rock climbers, climbing trainers, and other insightful members of the climbing community offer their experiences with training for climbing, the best diet for climbing, and their personal stories with climbing. Whether you're a beginner climber or a seasoned pro, you'll learn something new from these conversations.
 
In the Climbing deeper podcast, we explore our complex world, bringing curiosity and open-mindedness to topics that span art, business, spirtuality, culture, and technology. Your host, Afreezy, interviews artists, creatives, researchers, spiritual teachers and business leaders about their work, the inner workings of different societal systems, and how they strive to improve themselves and the world around them. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/climbing-deeper/support
 
Training and performance podcasts by Eric Hörst, the internationally renowned author, researcher, climbing coach, and climber of 40 years. Monthly podcasts detail the latest training techniques to improve strength, power, endurance, as well as mental and technical skills. With his unique combination of veteran experience and knowledge of the cutting-edge research, Eric presents practical, effective guidelines to climb harder, reduce injury risk, and maximize the experience of moving over sto ...
 
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Climbing Gold

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Climbing Gold

Duct Tape Then Beer

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Alex Honnold and co-host Fitz Cahall share stories from the people who define the sport of climbing by pushing the boundaries and challenging the status quo of the previous generation. In season three, we dive deep into the art of risk taking. How do we get better at it? Why do we accept risk we don’t have to take? Can you reconcile your dreams with the reality that they could kill you? Each of us must ask when is the right time to walk away.
 
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The Climbing Majority

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The Climbing Majority

Kyle Broxterman & Max Carrier

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Most of today’s climbing media is focused on what happens at the edges of the sport involving the most experienced and talented climbers in the world. Your hosts Kyle Broxterman and Max Carrier believe that these stories and experiences do not directly relate to the majority of climbers that now exist. Thanks to gyms, the Olympics, and mainstream media coverage a vast growing group of people are now discovering this magical sport. As a part of this group, they are here to give this new Climb ...
 
The American Climbing Project is a podcast mixtape focused on all your social climbing needs, and then some. It addresses various topics in climbing, with an intentional deviation from performance and training. The focuses will change, but will always center on vulnerability, candid conversation, and a desire to reflect the voice of everyday climbers.
 
Join host Kevin Riley for in-depth interviews with the pillars of the rock-climbing community. We’ll be speaking with athletes, writers and photographers, industry VIPS, and, of course, the Climbing editorial staff to discuss breaking news and the pressing issues of the day. Whether you’re an elite alpinist, a recreational sport climber, a die-hard trad climber, or a vFun boulderer—this podcast is for you.
 
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Chalk Talk | A Climbing Industry Podcast

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Chalk Talk | A Climbing Industry Podcast

John Blomquist | Rock Climber, Route Setter, Climbing Industry Expert

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Chalk Talk is a Climbing Industry podcast. A place to find interesting and enlightening discussions with professionals in the rock climbing industry. In depth conversations with route setters, coaches, professional climbers, gym managers/owners and much more. Chalk Talk is the place to find inspiration and contemplation on the future of the climbing world and where to take your climbing to the next level.
 
This is the podcast from BLISTER (blisterreview.com) that is dedicated to the community and culture that surrounds rock climbing. We cover the major events, prominent trends in the sport, gear and equipment, and the individuals that make the climbing world so colorful. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Climbing The Stares is the Umbrella for a few different podcasts. Words with Stare is an Interview based podcast where Justin sits down and talks to people about their life. (future Sports podcast) (future Book Club podcast) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/climbingthestares/support
 
A podcast devoted to the lifestyle of amateur climbers and adventurers. Aiming to see the world through the lens of climbing, Traverse seeks out interesting/unique topics on the climbing experience of those of us who consider ourselves amateurs at heart. We're not paid to climb, we make no money traveling. We simply love what we do and want to talk about it.
 
A place to explore the creative minds of artists who identify as climbers. We dive into deeply into their history to give our audience a better understanding of their message, inspiration, how and why they create their art, as well as how climbing impacts their art and lifestyle. The ebb and flow of creativity and the physical and mental acuity of climbing go hand in hand for many. We hope to connect you to some incredible artists all over the globe and potentially inspire you to join them i ...
 
Karen Otis, architect and author, is helping women follow their passion, take the next step in their careers, and crushing the gender bias in male dominated industries! Guiding women towards financial freedom and unstoppable success. Step into your heels gals, and grab your hard hat, because together we will conquer your world!
 
Currently producing a weekly review show recapping our favourite moments of the last 7 days of wrestling.Future series' delve into the history of the business, a look at the Legends of the industry, Women's Wrestling debates from women, about women, for men and women presented by women, a look inside the world of merchandise collectors and figure collectors with contributions from our hidden identity professional wrestler friend of the show discussing their experiences learning how to wrestl ...
 
Systemic changes around diversity and inclusion in corporate America are happening, but how do diverse leaders succeed in the meantime? Join Bonnie St. John, Fortune 500 leadership expert, bestselling author, and sought-after keynote speaker, as she interviews multicultural leaders who have made it to the top. Bonnie and her guests pull back the curtain to expose barriers that still exist and discuss what it really takes to get ahead and add momentum to the overall culture change that’s need ...
 
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Relationship marketing is often overlooked. When it’s embraced it can change the trajectory of your business if you know how to harness the power of it. That’s what I discuss with Jason Abrahams, a fractional CMO, growth strategist, and founder of Next Play Marketing. Is it business development or is it relationship marketing? Jason believes they’r…
 
On episode 242 of the Enormocast, I run with one of the big dogs of the 80s, Scott Franklin. Scott was a prodigy shaking up the Gunks and the old ways in the early 80s. He then dropped the taboos against hang-dogging, bolting, top down inspection, and helped usher in the sport climbing revolution we … Continue reading "Enormocast 242: Scott Frankli…
 
Ryan explains what to expect with the upcoming Expert Analysis episodes, reveals the lineup of wizards who will be lending their expertise, and looks back, through a lens of struggle, at Season One's 10 interviews with the biggest names in climbing. - This season is supported by PhysiVantage, the official climbing-nutrition sponsor of The Struggle.…
 
The tables are turned in this episode! Steven Dimmitt joins Chad Andrews from Clipping Chains to talk about leaving his engineering career to start the podcast, building a craft vs. pursuing a passion, reaching more than 1M downloads, monetization, outsourcing things you hate doing, the glorification of van life, and key climbing principles he has …
 
Far away from Yosemite’s spotlight on a crumbly backwater cliff, an unknown climber was about to change a sport by breaking some of its most sacred rules. Today, we are all very grateful he did. We talk with Alan Watts, pioneer of sport climbing in America, about the highs and lows of breaking the status quo. There’s an upside and a downside to eve…
 
Check out the BRAND NEW EpicTV Collection....Join our Club! https://bit.ly/3M8b61J Seb Bouin makes ascent of world's second 9c..or is it? Illya Bakhmet-Smolensky makes ascent of No-Kopote Only 8C(+)...or does he? There is a new Asian domination of climbing going on in competitions, or is there? There are a lot of questions in today's show and we ho…
 
Self-awareness is the ability to monitor your internal climate, comprising your thoughts, physical sensations, and emotions, as well as the quality of your actions in the gym, at the crag, and in pursuing your life goals. Improving performance in anything demands that you develop higher awareness in each of these areas. Only this way can you improv…
 
In the sport of climbing, we are almost always focused on what's happening on the sharp end, the leader, the art of climbing. But what we seem to miss is that without a belayer climbers are free soloing. While climbing, our ability to stay attached to the wall and the gear we place are our primary line of safety, but our belayers are the ones that …
 
For this episode, we look back at a classic chapter from American Climber, Luke Mehall’s 2016 memoir, and the subject of Season 1 of the DSOM podcast. Check out our KEEP THE ZINE ALIVE campaign: www.climbingzine.com Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theclimbingzine Discount link for 15% off anything in our online store: https:…
 
Pam didn’t have a lot of tragedy in her life, so she didn’t know about the arc. And as a grieving person, it was hard to look forward to anything, especially on top of the pandemic. But the world started opening up again, and she and her husband Jim rode 1,300 miles self-supported from the coast of Oregon to Montana last summer. When Jim started no…
 
Welcome to the Climbing Deeper Podcast! In the Climbing deeper podcast, we explore our complex world, bringing curiosity and open-mindedness to topics that span art, business, culture, and technology. Your host, Afreezy, interviews artists, creatives, researchers, spiritual teachers and business leaders about their work, the inner workings of diffe…
 
In this episode, Tyler explains the most common youth finger injuries, what ages are at highest risk, how to mitigate them, and what to do if a youth climber has a finger injury. Once again, Tyler pored over the research and is sharing this information with us so that youth coaches and parents are better equipped to understand these injuries and av…
 
A super conversation with Zofia Reych, author of a forthcoming book, Born to Climb. We talk about her book, also about Fontainebleau, her Women's Bouldering Festival, the pandemic, autism and being gender queer. It's laugh-a-minute stuff!توسط Niall Grimes
 
Episode 50! Mentoring doesn’t have to be a formal program or system; it can be natural and organic. This doesn’t mean that you sit back and wait for it to happen, there are things you can do to create successful mentoring experiences. That’s what I discuss in this episode with Shelby Scarbrough, a serial entrepreneur, author, and mentor. Sometimes …
 
Elite climber Lynn Hill shares her struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - It’s hard to overstate just how impactful, badass, and groundbreaking Lynn has been on the sport of rock climbing and beyond. If you are a climber then you are standing on her shoulders. Lynn has been a dominant force in pretty much ev…
 
This full episode is available for Patrons right now! This is a teaser of a follow-up with Joe Kinder. I sat down with Joe in a cave in Utah to talk about his process for sending his new route ‘Mamajamma’ (5.15a?), what it felt like to send, how he would have trained this summer if he hadn’t sent, favorite workouts for power endurance, plans to try…
 
British trad climbing might be the most unique flavor of all. Is it an audacious game of risk or merely a fast track to a Darwin award? In 2000, while following in the footsteps of his heroes, a young James McHaffie booted up in front of the famed Masters Wall and launched upwards. What followed was a four hour fight for survival. Hazel Findlay hel…
 
Episode 49! It’s rare that a single person can bring a big idea to life by themselves. You’ll need a team and how to build that team is what I discussed with Bill Haase, entrepreneur, and financial advisor. How to many big ideas come to life? It happens when you take one small idea and ask yourself “How big can this go, where’s the market?” Here’s …
 
Elite climber Dru Mack shares his struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - Dru Mack is a master of endurance, perseverance, and psych. He grew up climbing on the long overhung sandstone routes of the Red River Gorge, and after sending pretty much everything there, he’s now tackling some of the toughest sport c…
 
On Episode 241, I connect with climber and author, Jonathan Howland. Jonathan started climbing in the early 70s and spent much of that decade obsessed with the pursuit. Then a 20 year hiatus ensued, but Jonathan returned to the climbing-fold with a similar passion but a new outlook. Then tragedy hit, and as can often … Continue reading "Enormocast …
 
Yves Gravelle is a V15 boulderer from Canada and a 3x APL World Champion (i.e. grip competitions). We talked about lessons from grip training that we can apply to climbing, the importance of simplicity and consistency, how to break down a bouldering project, basing your training on the demands of a specific goal, top 3 finger training methods, how …
 
Elite climber Justin Salas shares his struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - Justin is a ridiculously strong boulderer and comp climber, with a seriously impressive resume including two IFSC silver medals, five national championships, and a world championship to his name. He’s a V-double-digit climber who ju…
 
Paul Robinson is one of the top boulderers in the world and has been climbing at a V15 level for more than a decade. We talked about building his new house, recovering from neck surgery, his recent diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, climbing 1000+ V11s or harder, his analogy of climbing as a book, hardest FAs, trying to climb V16, travel routin…
 
Hope isn’t perpetual optimism. It’s an inherent part of being human that requires determination for things to change for the better. We’re back this May with ten new stories from climbers about what hope means to them. Because life can be full of sucker punches, but that doesn’t mean you stop breathing. In fact, the whole point is that you get up, …
 
James Pymn, is a British climber who loves routes with character, even if that means assuming lots of risk. From free soloing large multi-pitch routes to leading 7c (12c) trad routes with obligatory 8m (24ft.) runouts, James has had a climbing career one could say is of "full value". In this episode, we take a look into James' life as a climber, di…
 
"Recaps" are now available for Patrons! In this Recap episode, Steven shares a recap of his final weeks in Hueco, and his first two weeks trying a 14a in Utah. Become a Patron for $10/mo to hear more Recap episodes! Plus, it helps out the show! patreon.com/thenuggetclimbing Check out the "Announcing Reflections and Recaps" episode to learn more!…
 
"Reflections" are now available for Patrons! In this Reflections episode, Mina talks with Steven about an area of her climbing that she still struggles with, and about building general strength. She also talked about the different versions of ourselves we experience in life and embracing the current version of herself. Become a Patron for $10/mo to…
 
Announcing more new content for Patrons! "Reflections" are collaboration episodes with Mina Leslie-Wujastyk and Hazel Findlay of the Curious Climber Podcast. These are short episodes where one of us shares our thoughts on something we've been thinking about, or are working on in our own climbing or lives. "Recaps" is a new episode series where I sh…
 
This full episode is available for Patrons right now! This is a teaser of my third Follow-Up with Steve Maisch. We talked about my 2022 trip to Hueco, combining hangboarding with outdoor climbing, trip highlights, the Hueco Downward Spiral, lessons learned, and what I plan to do differently next year. *I recommend listening to Steve’s original epis…
 
Elite climber Alex Johnson shares her struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - Alex Johnson is one of the most badass boulderers out there, and she just keeps getting stronger. She’s won Nationals 5 times and has 2 World Cup gold medals, she has bouldered 100 v10s (what?!) and famously sent the insanely tough …
 
Luke sits down with Scott Borden, a friend and climbing partner of 20 years. Scott is a prolific contributor to The Climbing Zine, and his writing first appeared way back in Volume 2. This conversation was recorded at Western Colorado University, where they both graduated from, and where Borden currently is the director of the Outdoor Industry MBA.…
 
Jordan Cannon is a professional climber who exploded onto the Yosemite scene in recent years with multiple in-a-day free ascents of El Capitan, and hard big wall linkups. We covered Jordan’s climbing origin story, playing college soccer, seeking adventure in Yosemite, van life tips, big wall pooping stories, free climbing El Cap in a day vs. multip…
 
On Episode 240 of the Enormocast, I am joined by Maiza Lima. Maiza resides, more or less, in Great Falls, Montana, but her journey to that town has been a long and arduous one. Maiza was born and grew up in a remote village in Brazil, and in her teens, joined her mother to cross … Continue reading "Enormocast 240: Maiza Lima – The Long Way Home"…
 
“You’re not selling a service; you’re selling an experience.” That’s what I discussed with Andrew Hays, an entrepreneur and attorney. What sticks with people is the experience that they have with you. All of your clients should have a similar experience, from beginning to end, which means you’re engaging them with a similar process. A process is a …
 
Dr. Jared Vagy is a physical therapist and he’s a climber who’s incredibly motivated to help other climbers heal their bodies. In this interview, we talk about new research about common finger injuries in climbers and how that’s affected his protocols for healing them. We did another interview about fingers a long time ago in Episode 116, but this …
 
Elite climber Alex Honnold shares his struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - Alex Honnold is the biggest name in rock climbing and has tackled some of the sport's biggest climbs. He's the only human to free solo El Cap, a feat that is just mind boggling. He holds the El Cap speed record of the The Nose with …
 
In this episode, we interview Eric, a personal trainer, entrepreneur and health coach who resides in Reno, Nevada. With his clients, he focuses on the four fundamentals of health: sleep, food, movement, and connection to breath in tandem with sub-perceptual or micro-doses of psilocybin. We dive into our own personal anecdotes and experiences with p…
 
In Q&A 5, I tackle Patron questions about my own current hangboard training, how to fit everything in that we need to train, how to deal with bad body image, how my training and climbing have changed since starting the podcast, golden nuggets for newer climbers, where I found the theme song for the podcast, my van life internet setup, and much more…
 
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