1. A video short of George Carmichael climbing the Raven Tor classic 'Mecca'. A short and very powerful route, George had roughly six sessions before climbing the 8b+ test piece.

    Please get in touch if you can think of anything I can film.

    Music:

    track one: 'Ruined by Snow' - Ryan Conroy
    soundcloud.com/ryan-conroy

    track two: 'Overlay Star' - Lomovolokno
    freemusicarchive.org/music/Lomovolokno/

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  2. Highball Productions : More than Magic

    A 10 day trip to magic problems from 7A-8A+

    Climbers:
    Jon Freeman
    Ben freeman
    Greg Courtney
    Tom Williams
    Dan Turner

    Filmed by Greg Courtney
    Editted by Dan Turner

    Enjoy

    # vimeo.com/27667216 Uploaded 18.5K Plays 10 Comments
  3. Filmed with one DSLR and a tripod over a long and sometimes snowy winter, 'This is Yorkshire' gives a taste of some of the best blocs that 'the Shire' has to offer. This film gives a summer fix of well known and esoteric grit stone problems, to keep us going until next winter. Bouldering in the U.K doesn't get any better. Enjoy!

    If you have enjoyed this video please kindly donate to Climbers Against Cancer climbersagainstcancer.org

    # vimeo.com/67997407 Uploaded 26.6K Plays 42 Comments
  4. Ned Feehally is one of the Uk's top boulderers. He's also a master of training and one of the brains behind the amazing Beastmaker training boards (beastmaker.co.uk). So when he decided he'd help us make a couple of short movies about how to train on steep boards we thought we'd take him up on it.
    So in these two short movies Ned and Wild Country's International Sales manager James Blay give an overview how to get going on steep borads and some advanced techniques as well.
    Part One - Basics - deals with the basics of board climbing: from getting slapped on your first sessions, to what types of moves to do...
    Big thanks to: Ned Feehally, beastmaker.co.uk; James Blay; The Climbing Works, climbingworks.com; Hot Aches, hotaches.com; Dom Bush, landandskymedia.co.uk.
    Ned explains more about the concept behind the videos:
    "Steep boards with poor hand holds and foot holds are a staple for those looking to improve their overall upper body strength. The idea of steep boards is to create sustained hard climbing where upper body and finger strength are the limiting factors. These videos give you an idea of some of the techniques you can use to train efficiently on a board to improve your overall strength for climbing."

    # vimeo.com/67873877 Uploaded 19.6K Plays 3 Comments
  5. Ned Feehally is one of the Uk's top boulderers. He's also a master of training and one of the brains behind the amazing Beastmaker training boards (beastmaker.co.uk). So when he decided he'd help us make a couple of short movies about how to train on steep boards we thought we'd take him up on it.
    So in these two short movies Ned and Wild Country's International Sales manager James Blay give an overview how to get going on steep borads and some advanced techniques as well.
    Part 2 - Advanced - deals with some more demanding techniques of board climbing including using symmetrical boards and campussing on the board.
    Ned explains more about the concept behind the videos: "Steep boards with poor hand holds and foot holds are a staple for those looking to improve their overall upper body strength. The idea of steep boards is to create sustained hard climbing where upper body and finger strength are the limiting factors. These videos give you an idea of some of the techniques you can use to train efficiently on a board to improve your overall strength for climbing."
    Big thanks to: Ned Feehally, beastmaker.co.uk; James Blay; The Climbing Works, climbingworks.com; Hot Aches, hotaches.com; Dom Bush, landandskymedia.co.uk.

    # vimeo.com/67877971 Uploaded 8,393 Plays 0 Comments

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