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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.
 
The American Climbing Project is a podcast mixtape focused on all your social climbing needs, and then some. It addresses various topics in climbing, with an intentional deviation from performance and training. The focuses will change, but will always center on vulnerability, candid conversation, and a desire to reflect the voice of everyday climbers.
 
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Climbing Gold

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Climbing Gold

Duct Tape Then Beer

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Alex Honnold and co-host Fitz Cahall share stories from the people who define the sport of climbing by pushing the boundaries and challenging the status quo of the previous generation. As climbing debuts at the Olympics, they explore competition climbing and what the future of the sport could look like. Athletes. Risk takers. Dirtbags. Pioneers. Community builders. Outsiders. Leaders. Olympians.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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Chalk Talk | A Climbing Industry Podcast

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Chalk Talk | A Climbing Industry Podcast

John Blomquist | Rock Climber, Route Setter, Climbing Industry Expert

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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.
 
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.
 
A podcast devoted to the lifestyle of amateur climbers and adventurers. Aiming to see the world through the lens of climbing, Traverse seeks out interesting/unique topics on the climbing experience of those of us who consider ourselves amateurs at heart. We're not paid to climb, we make no money traveling. We simply love what we do and want to talk about it.
 
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!
 
Currently producing a weekly review show recapping our favourite moments of the last 7 days of wrestling.Future series' delve into the history of the business, a look at the Legends of the industry, Women's Wrestling debates from women, about women, for men and women presented by women, a look inside the world of merchandise collectors and figure collectors with contributions from our hidden identity professional wrestler friend of the show discussing their experiences learning how to wrestl ...
 
Systemic changes around diversity and inclusion in corporate America are happening, but how do diverse leaders succeed in the meantime? Join Bonnie St. John, Fortune 500 leadership expert, bestselling author, and sought-after keynote speaker, as she interviews multicultural leaders who have made it to the top. Bonnie and her guests pull back the curtain to expose barriers that still exist and discuss what it really takes to get ahead and add momentum to the overall culture change that’s need ...
 
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Dr. Tyler Nelson’s New Injury Prevention and Warm-Up Protocol In the episode, Tyler explains how we should be warming up our youth teams (and ourselves) in order to make climbing sessions more effective, and more importantly, for injury prevention. Once again, Tyler pored over the research and came up with a very progressive way of doing things – m…
 
In December 2020 Oceana qualified to represent Australia at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games. She did this proudly when climbing made its debut in Tokyo during August 2021. Oceana is a Bouldering World Cup Finalist, won basically every domestic competition she's ever entered, plus on the real rock front, shes bouldered V11! Pretty impressive for someon…
 
Dreams don’t just fall into our heads out of nowhere. They’re cultivated and built from passionate ideas. Big dreamers know that they don’t happen immediately—they require patience, self-compassion, and above all, the courage to pursue them, regardless of the odds. Debbie credits her resilience to her childhood struggles in Catalonia and learned th…
 
Taylor Parsons came to prominence in the climbing world about a decade ago when, as Chris Webb-Parsons, she was one of the world's strongest boulderers with a string of cutting-edge outdoor and competition performances. Parsons soon after fell out of climbing and, after years of dark struggles, has now transitioned into mum-of-three, Taylor. The st…
 
On Episode 231 of the Enormocast, I connect to the other side of the world with Indian climber, Gowri Varanashi. Gowri learned to climb in the US but fell in love with climbing in her home country of India. Immediately, she felt the need to bring more women into the small, male-dominated climbing community in … Continue reading "Enormocast 231: Gow…
 
Austin Hoyt is an 18-year-old kid from New York whose tick list rivals some professional climbers. We talked about balancing school with climbing, what he learned from his first coach, his FA of ‘Flashing Lights’ V14, his love of The Gunks, making old-school climbing films, the support from his dad, and his ongoing goal to develop the bouldering sc…
 
Many know about Bear Grylls’s popular survivalist show “Man vs. Wild,” but not as many know about Bear’s Black brother—Gold Grylls—and his respective show, “Black Man vs. Wild.” Tune in as Gold Grylls deliberately ‘strands’ himself in homogenous, whitewashed locales and manages to get through the day without losing his shit—all to provide practical…
 
PROBABILITY OVER CONSEQUENCE - PODCAST - THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. Today I’m chatting about Probability over Consequence. Many of people will know this as Likelihood over severity and that’s fine too. I have found it really comes down to the different industry you’re working…
 
On this episode of the podcast we explore the secrets of female sexual desire and lovemaking. First, we look at the research that tells us that female sexual desire declines more rapidly for females than men in marriage. We then review the research on female sexual fantasies to understand what they truly desire. Next, we explore the female’s need f…
 
Joe Kinder is one of the hardest-working route developers in North America. We talked about his recent ascent of ‘Kinder Cakes’ 5.15a in Rifle, CO, putting up routes in mediocre rock, leaving a legacy through route development, his love of projecting, current training approach, fashion influences, creating LOV, and his experience with cancellation …
 
Tyler Algeo is a Canadian who moved to Africa and started a climbing gym, with the goal of creating a socio-economically inclusive climbing community in Malawi. We talked about learning to climb in Ireland, living in Africa, founding Climb Malawi, adopting and raising his two black sons, Tyler’s work with The Climbing Initiative, and creating a bet…
 
Running for Climbing Fitness: Does It Work? And How to Avoid Common Mistakes In the episode, Coach Matt Pincus and I talk about running for climbing fitness. In our practices as a coach (Matt) and a nutritionist (me), we see a lot of people who run in the name of climbing training. But there are some common mistakes we see people making in their tr…
 
This full episode is available for Patrons right now! This is a teaser of my second Follow-Up with Steve Bechtel. We talked about when to stick with a training program vs. when to pivot, lessons from studying the NBA, how much LeBron James deadlifts, Steve’s climbing background, and how he climbed his first 5.14 at age 47, and his advice for me to …
 
On Episode 230, I connect with Paul Pritchard all the way from Tasmania. Paul’s new book The Mountain Path: A Climbers Journey Through Life and Death examines his life of climbing and life-changing accident on the Totem Pole in Tasmania through the lens of his scholarship in Buddhism. Paul came of age in Wales climbing … Continue reading "Enormocas…
 
Nathaniel Coleman is the men’s silver medalist of the Tokyo Olympics. We talked about his preparation for the games, training in a climbing sauna, the Olympic experience and winning silver, favorite root beer, Kendama as focus training, chess, why Nathaniel still practices the basics of climbing, doing the FA of ‘The Grand Illusion’ V16, and sport …
 
CONFIDENT VS COCKY - PODCAST - THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. Today I’m chatting about being confident but not cocky and what that looks like. This is a subject I have thought a lot about over the years and have spoke a little bit about on my platform. Yet never really dove into …
 
TBP 184 :: Carbs for Climbers – How Much, What Kinds, Timing, and Why In this episode, I talk all about carbohydrates and how to use them properly in your diet to help your climbing performance, energy levels every day, overall mental well-being, and body composition. Carbs are a tricky topic because we’ve been taught to fear and hate them, even th…
 
I've got something different for you in this episode...which I hope that you'll find revealing, instructive, and extremely beneficial. I will take you through the process of working my mini-project during a recent trip to Germany. I'll share with you my thoughts, wide-ranging emotions, and problem-solving techniques in sussing out the beta, challen…
 
This is one transgender climber’s story. And it’s hard to sum up in just a few sentences not just Lor’s identity, but the human being that they are. The impact that they’re having on our community in a meaningful way, and how it’s growing because of it. Just by simply existing. This is part two of a two-part story. For the Love of Climbing is broug…
 
Lor had to decide. They could go on hating themself, or could be a part of making the world a place that was more healed—and that started with healing themself. This is one transgender climber’s story. And it’s hard to sum up in just a few sentences not just Lor’s identity, but the human being that they are. The impact that they’re having on our co…
 
This is part 2 of my conversation with Tom Herbert. Tom shared some clarifications about part 1, we talked about the nervous system and the mind-body connection, how to relax before a session to improve your performance and power, how to turn off in the evenings to optimize recovery, and Tom shared about his childhood and ongoing struggle with anxi…
 
On Episode 229.5 of the Enormocast, I rebroadcast an interview I did with Luke Mehall over at his podcast The Dirtbag State of Mind Podcast. In this interview, we spend time on the history of the Enormocast, its current state and its future. I get all mushy about what its meant to me and how … Continue reading "Enormocast 229.5: REBROADCAST of Luke…
 
Women will sabotage relationships due to a number of reasons. Relationship self sabotage is fundamentally about protecting the self from harm. In this episode of the podcast we first explain what relationship sabotage is and give examples. We then give first hand accounts from women with regards to why they sabotage. We then describe how you work t…
 
This full episode is available for Patrons right now! This is a teaser of my second Follow-Up with Natasha Barnes. We talked about how each of us has changed as climbers from gaining muscle mass, how Natasha balances training for climbing with powerlifting, how powerlifting has made her a more patient athlete, encouraging vs. forcing adaptation, se…
 
Tom Herbert is known as the usefulcoach, and is a leader in climbing sports nutrition. We talked about common themes in clients he works with, his philosophy of getting climbers to eat more calories to support a higher training volume, muscle protein synthesis, carbohydrate recommendations and timing, food quality, leucine supplementation, and much…
 
RESPECTING YOUR FELLOW ROPE TECHS - PODCAST - THE ROPE ACCESS AND CLIMBING PODCAST Hello and welcome back to The Rope Access and Climbing Podcast. Today I’m chatting about Respect for your fellow Rope Techs. Now this doesn’t have to be just for the rope access industry. But as we know that’s the industry, I’m in so I can only really speak to that. …
 
How to Break Into 5.13 with Alex Stiger In the episode, Coach Alex and I tackled the topic of breaking into 5.13 and what you need to do physically and mentally to do it. We both share our experiences of our first 5.13’s, which were quite different actually, and our processes of projecting things that are hard for us. We talk about how to turn the …
 
Craig DeMartino is a rock climber, motivational speaker, and teacher. His life changed in 2002 when he took a 100-foot ground fall. We talked about Craig’s accident and recovery, the decision to amputate his leg, climbing harder than ever after the accident, doing El Cap in a day, dealing with chronic pain, teaching adaptive climbing, and embracing…
 
On Episode 229 of the Enormocast, Steve Schneider joins me from his home in Oakland, California. Though Steve’s resume is longer than almost any previous guest on the show, he seems to fly in the nether regions of the global climbing consciousness. Steve became a YOSAR member and Valley denizen in the early 80s and … Continue reading "Enormocast 22…
 
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