Tips to Improve Your Dynamic Climbing

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October 17 2017

The primary goal of climbing well is using as little energy as possible. Climbing requires different techniques for different situations: whether static or dynamic. Dynamic movements, compared to static, need a quicker, more powerful response to complete the move. Static actions are more straightforward and save more energy, but it's important to compliment your static climbing with explosive, dynamic movements.

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