Fluid and confident movement and good technique are at the foundation of rock climbing. Although rope work, hardware, and anchor systems all prove critical in our ability to climb and explore, the deciding factor ultimately boils down to whether or not we have the skill and strength to execute the moves.
Attack Proof-2nd Edition
Listen to Matt Kovsky talk about the skills needed to properly defend yourself in an attack complete with real scenarios and commons mistakes made.
Serious Cycling 2nd Edition eBook
The biggest problems with cycling in the winter are early sunsets and foul weather. For most of us, who must juggle training with real-world schedules, indoor cycling on a wind or magnetic trainer is the only real choice.
Scuba Diving eBook-4th Edition
Have an objective and a destination to fully experience scuba diving.
Cycling Fast eBook
Training with a power meter is the current gold standard for measuring improvement in performance and setting standardized goals for workouts.
Deciding what to bring with you on your bike ride can mean the difference between riding and walking. Knowing how to use your tools is just as important.
Distance Cycling eBook
Effective training for a distance cycling event follows a systematic plan. We present two examples: an 8-week program and a 15-week program.
Essential Bicycle Maintenance & Repair
In the threadless-style headset, the steerer tube is smooth and passes through the entire headset.
Now that you can jump and have begun to spin, it�s time for you to learn how to put some style into it.
A well-defined shot sequence, consistently followed, increases the probability that you will have a more consistent outcome. As a beginner, just learning the basic step-by-step process of shooting the arrow can be complicated because the intricate details of each step of the shot process are still unfamiliar to you and your focus is on the many details of each step of the shot.
The best way to learn the basic T-form shot is to first mimic it without actually shooting an arrow. Mimicking gives you the chance to make the motions of shooting habitual and to get used to the equipment gradually.