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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.
 
Climbing With Scars is a podcast that has a focus on business and helping inspire others to do everything they want in life. Phil Scardigno talks about many different topics covering the entrepreneurial world and sharing funny and sometimes outrageous stories of his upbringing and beginnings in his business life.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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!
 
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This is part 2 of my conversation with Dave MacLeod. We talked about key points from Dave’s book 9 Out of 10 Climbers, how he uses flexible programming to train around the weather in Scotland, his current carnivore diet experiment, and listener questions about aging, piles of eggs, disordered eating, fatherhood, Scottish climbing, and more. Support…
 
TRAINING VS REALITY AND ARE YOU REALLY PREPARED? – THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. This week I am chatting about training environments vs. working in the real world. Many people think that once they have their certification, they are prepared to work in the field. In reality, most…
 
On Episode 214 of the Enormocast, I beam myself to Sheffield, England, the heart of British climbing, to talk to Pete Whittaker. Pete is one half of the infamous Wide Boyz but not just an offwidth climber. His prowess on cracks of all sizes is well known and has lead to his new definitive modern … Continue reading "Enormocast 214: Pete Whittaker – …
 
Many people ask, “what’s the plan” without having a clear understanding of what a “plan” is. In this podcast we describe the framework for a plan that has both a vision and objectives. The objectives are timeless and enduring and are vital in any relationship. You can learn and master these objectives to reunite and have a “Union of the Two” with t…
 
I'm almost certain many of you have done one or all of these things. A generation ago, employing some of these tactics may have resulted in being chased out of the crag. Perhaps there are still a few strong holds which keep the torch burning in a quest for pure ascents. The question is, do these tactics sit within the lines of fair play or have we …
 
We’ve all been guilty at some time by assuming and suspecting a situation or person may be up to no good, only to find out that is not the case. Often in business there are a multitude of opportunities that never eventuate and relationships that never blossom, because of the limitations from a suspicious mind, which ultimately prevents growth. On t…
 
About Alex Stiger Coach Alex Stiger recently had surgery on her finger to repair a ligament she tore when she accidentally smashed it on a hold while bouldering. I also just had surgery on my wrist (same surgeon, one month apart), so we’ve been in almost daily communication about our progress, frustrations, and small victories as we recover. Betwee…
 
Chances are...your fingers are already strong enough to climb the next grade. In this podcast, Eric details five ways to increase your apparent finger strength on the rock...and climb one grade harder! Whether you're an intermediate, advanced, or pro-level climber, you'll surely find a few of Eric's concepts and tips to be empowering...and just may…
 
Dave MacLeod is a professional climber from Scotland and might be the best all-around climber in the world. Dave also has two master’s degrees and has authored two books. We talked about improving from 13d to 14d in 18 months, the ritual of approaching the fingerboard, how to reduce the risk of tendon injuries, interpreting scientific research, nut…
 
K2 WINTER EXPEDITION 2021 - WITH MINGMA G SHERPA – INTERVIEW – THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. Today I am sitting down with Leo and Michael from Everest 2021 and special guest Mingma G Sherpa who was part of the Nepali mountaineering team who, on January 16th 2021, completed the f…
 
In this bonus episode, I chat with Blake Cason about ClimbWell, and upcoming retreats for Spring 2021. Blake explains what ClimbWell is all about, who the retreats are for, what to expect from this 4-day experience, and talks about her fellow coaches and their vision for future events. 10% Discount Code: “THENUGGET10” Learn More about Sign Up: clim…
 
This is a teaser of a follow-up call with Blake Cason. We talked about sending her multi-season project ‘Joe SixPack’ at the VRG, transitioning in and out of training phases, embracing curiosity to overcome fear, and reflecting on lessons learned. You can support the podcast and get access to follow-up conversations for $5 per month on Patreon at p…
 
Kai Lightner is a professional climber and the founder of Climbing for Change. We talked about how Kai discovered climbing, his reflections on an eating disorder, the importance of flexibility for tall climbers, early racist encounters, starting a non-profit to help open doors for other people, and some of Kai’s favorite training music. Support Cli…
 
IMPORTANCE OF PROPER FOOTWEAR IN THE WINTER- THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. Today I'm chatting about the importance of proper footwear while working in cold weather. The past few weeks I have been working in the field in temperatures of -30C/-22F and colder, and it did not take l…
 
This week on Climbing With Scars, I cover a topic that keeps evolving for me and what I’ve learned will always be an area for continuous improvement – leadership. I share my learnings on leadership from getting it wrong along my journey, but also from seeing how others do it so well, and how leadership in 2021 is very different than leading 10 year…
 
Matt Segal is a professional rock climber and the founder/owner of Alpine Start, a company that makes “Instant Coffee That Actually Tastes Good”. We talked about how Matt got started in climbing, his nickname ‘Miami Vice’, early mentors, losing friends in the mountains, recovering from a paragliding accident, starting a business, and innovating new…
 
On Episode 213, I sit down through a computer screen with Chelsea Murn of Lady Beta Coaching. Chelsea’s coaching business caters exclusively to women and women’s climbing performance. Chelsea brings a deep holistic approach to her craft. On this episode, we talk about how impediments to climbing performance can be deep seeded in the emotional … Con…
 
ATTEMPTING TO CLIMB EVEREST AFTER A HEART ATTACK - INTERVIEW - THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbiking Podcast. This week I sat down with Leo from Everest 2021. To chat about what Everest 2021 is all about and try to spread the word about heart disease. So if you feel you'd like to help out with…
 
This is a teaser of a follow-up call with Mike Doyle. We talked about some of the exercises that have helped Mike in his recovery from his elbow injury, working with Natasha Barnes and retraining his brain to reduce pain, and Mike shared his go-to hangboard protocol for maintaining finger strength throughout the year between training blocks. You ca…
 
Authenticity is the one thing that separates you from every other business and entrepreneur. When we think of brands we love and connect with, the primary difference is the authenticity running through the veins of their brand and this extends beyond just brands but the way we lead and create. On this week’s episode of Climbing With Scars I share w…
 
Last September, North Bennett sent me a personal essay and told me that he thought it wasn’t send-y enough for most sports publications, but also a little too climb-y for others. And—that’s where we come in. As it turns out, it was actually *just* the sort of story that we’d share on this podcast. “A Knot like Infinity” is putatively about seeking …
 
This is part 2 of my conversation with Jon Glassberg. We talked about flexibility training, how Jon uses the MoonBoard and why he thinks it is such a useful tool, why how he structures a six-week training block, an example training day, the value of training with a partner, favorite Louder Than Eleven films, and foreign haircuts. Support on Patreon…
 
WORKING ON AN ACTIVE VOLCANO WITH MAX DUGAL - INTERVIEW - THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. Today I'm chatting with Max from GeoArc, about a job he did in Central America on an active volcano. He and his team travelled there to do research on this volcano and this is his story. Plea…
 
This week on Climbing With Scars I go deep into how self-talk directly impacts self-doubt. When we dream of wanting to achieve new goals, doubts naturally appear, but how do we address them, what do we say to ourselves and how can we use self-talk to drown out the doubt? Join me this week where I share how self-talk can not only prevent the doubt b…
 
Jon Glassberg is the owner of Louder Than Eleven, a leading media production company in the Outdoor Industry. He is also a total crusher, having climbed 400+ boulders from V10 to V14. In part one we talked about filming Emily Harrington on her in-a-day ascent of ‘Golden Gate’, about Jon’s early climbing, about pursuing the goal of V15, and about hi…
 
This is a teaser of a follow-up call with Steve Bechtel. We talked about goal setting, how drinking more water can help with fat loss, the "Three Good Tries" rule, building skills vs. habits, three things to consider when choosing a training program, the value and limitations of training assessments, and why we shouldn’t necessarily depend on scien…
 
About Eric Hörst In this episode, I talk to Eric Hörst about how older climbers (over 35) can change their training to avoid injury and fatigue while still being as strong as ever. Eric Hörst is a well-known climbing trainer, having written some of the most popular books on the topic, including How to Climb 5.12, Training for Climbing, and Maximum …
 
On this week’s episode of Climbing With Scars I discuss limitations and why 2021 is the year to start breaking down your barriers. Limitations often stem from influential people in our lives, affecting our mindset on what is possible. By creating limitations in our mind we are restricting ourselves from reaching our full potential and sparking that…
 
Chris and Heather Weidner are a hardcore climbing couple, both with many 5.14s under their belt across multiple rock climbing disciplines. We talked about drink counting, New Year resolutions, current injuries, the steps to becoming a kneebar wizard, projecting tips, hard conversations, and balancing climbing goals with maintaining a healthy relati…
 
Many people ask, “how do I sustain and muster the energy to keep going on when it seems so bleak?” The answer is that you must have a singular and committed purpose. To climb the mountain you must live that purpose. On this episode we define and describe what singular purpose is, and we describe exercises that you can practice to help you harness y…
 
LIGHTWEIGHT GEAR WITH CRAIG - INTERVIEW - THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbiking Podcast. This week I sat down with Craig McClure from the Crackerjack Group in the USA. To chat about the internal dilemma for the instructor and how to deal with the push from large industries to other industries …
 
On 19-20 December 2020 at Sydney Indoor Climbing Gym Villawood, the Oceania Climbing Championships were held, giving one last chance for a ticket to the Tokyo Olympic Games for one athlete per gender from the region. Tom O'Halloran qualified for the male category and talks to us about his journey. Tom talks about his early climbing journey, (unknow…
 
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