Meet Adam Gallo, a personal trainer at Brooklyn Boulders who firmly believes in fun.
Is climbing the only way to get better at climbing? Unless you’re a child prodigy, probably not.
Learn more about Josh Greenwood: the pro slackliner, the stuntman, the artist. Join us on 1/12 for his open house slacklining workshop.
July 30, 2014 — Nicole Myers broke her arm while arm wrestling a coworker. Here’s how injury inspired her to train even harder.
How does Andrew Kim, V11 and 5.13C climber, find ways to continue building climbing strength?
Head to the Climbing Training Room and get to work!
I was climbing the 30 Wall the other day on a high-gravity day. I was flailing; failing hard. You know those days when you can’t seem to get your footwork quite right? When the skin on your finger-tips is shredded down paper thin and your arms are pumped after a few attempts? One of those days.
If you’ve been by Brooklyn Boulders in the last week – you’ll have noticed some serious upgrades to our Fitness Area, now featuring brand spankin’ new Rogue Fitness squat racks & weights.
When you aren’t training on the campus wall, art strengthening your legs to help you climb better (and to help you on your way to a better body, according to Equinox) Yeah, 2015 is going to be a good year — one of evolution. More changes & improvements coming your way at BKB!
Bryan, physical therapist and regular BKB fixture, has been bouldering for about four years, and somewhat recently broke his toe sport climbing – but only more recently discovered that. While he’s been resting his toe, he’s found frequenting the campus wall, building up his upper body strength. Want to know how to work the campus wall well? Read on.