The workout of the future does not look as predicted. It’s not sterile. It’s not boring. And it certainly does not fit a mold.
Climbing is inherently dangerous. But there are several things that you can do to minimize & manage risk. Head of Instruction at BKB, Luke Livesey, gives us the low-down in this special 4-part series, Sessions with Luke. Welcome to Session IV: Knowing When to Stop.
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.