This posture is a team player. It’ll get your shoulders working, your calves, shins, quads, back, core, even toes firing up.
Do this posture at the end of your climbing session after a properly warming up.*
A working, happy, injury free body is a precious thing.
Climbing is hard on it, training–even more so.
Climber, setter and fitness instructor Jess B. is here to start bringing you a monthly training tip. Before she gets started shaking up your training routine, she’s going to teach you how to properly warm up, and get your body ready for everything you want to throw at it.