Best Rockclimbing podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Mountain bike, rock climbing, and adventure sports talk. Not really that angry. Tune in for topical mountainbiking interviews, trip reports, and rants on road cycling, and life's minor and not so minor annoyances. If you like mountain biking, and you like podcasts, you found a home!
 
Training and performance podcasts by Eric Hörst, the internationally renowned author, climbing coach, researcher, and accomplished climber of more than 40 years.
 
Training and performance podcasts by Eric Hörst, the internationally renowned author, climbing coach, researcher, and accomplished climber of more than 40 years.
 
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Factor Two
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Factor Two is the podcast from UKClimbing.com, bringing you the best climbing stories straight from the people at their heart.
 
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.
 
Hosted by Neely Quinn, The TrainingBeta Podcast is a regular conversation about training for climbing 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 about climbing. Whether you're a beginner climber or a seasoned pro, you'll learn something new from these conversations.
 
A show where real climbers talk about things that the mainstream climbing media don't want you to know.
 
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Misadventures
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Climber friends are valuable allies, and the more the merrier. In the instance of a zombie apocalypse, the climbing community is at a distinct advantage since zombies can't climb. Our vision is to build a community of climber friends so that on Z-Day we have blacksmiths, carpenters and craftsmen of all kinds, doctors and farmers, singers and writers among others in our ranks to build a basecamp up on the rocks and continue to exist in an elevated state.
 
The climbing podcast for kids of all ages. Augustine (13), Anastasia (11), and Magdalen (9), talk to climbers about growing up and the good ol' days. The podcast also includes little mini-episodes with features on different crags.
 
Women in Climbing tells the stories of women in the rock climbing world.
 
Plastic Weekly brings you conversations and interviews about the world of indoor and competitive climbing. Visit plasticweekly.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Presented and produced by Tyler Norton.
 
I thought I'd ramble at you for a few minutes each morning, trying to figure out what I'm doing for the day, instead of just talking to myself! This is a work in progress!
 
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Road Dust Podcast
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On this podcast you will meet world travelers as they pass through a little place called Vermont. We will chat about the places they visited, their future plans, and the reasons they travel. We will make sure to go on various tangents to leave no road unexplored!
 
I'm Patrick Avenell, the man behind CompletePatrick.com. I hope you enjoy my podcasts on music, TV, film, sport, pop culture and more besides!
 
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This may be the most important podcast you've heard in a long time...or, perhaps, ever! If you engage in hard finger training, frequently push your physical limits, and/or occasionally experience tendon or joint pain...then this podcast could be a game-changer for you. Traditionally, tendons and ligaments (such as the A2 pulleys of the fingers) ...…
 
This may be the most important podcast you've heard in a long time...or, perhaps, ever! If you engage in hard finger training, frequently push your physical limits, and/or occasionally experience tendon or joint pain...then this podcast could be a game-changer for you. Traditionally, tendons and ligaments (such as the A2 pulleys of the fingers) ...…
 
On this week’s episode Alex Handhold takes a break from talking about his epic solo to discuss his foundation, Peter Croft keeps asking us to throw the ball, and Steve discusses an encounter with Cosplayers while ice climbing. We argue about whether or not beginner climbing shoes are useful when you first start climbing (Matt is alone in thinki ...…
 
Our TrainingBeta Instagram Manager, Shaina Savoy, talks about how she went from 12a to 13a in 6 months and how she tames negative self-talk while climbing.
 
Get ready for some breakthrough research-based information that, I believe, is revolutionary for hard-training climbers! The topic is sinew training—that is, new training and nutritional interventions shown to promote tendon, ligament, and muscle matrix strength and health. We all know how hard climbing (and training) is on the flexor tendons a ...…
 
Get ready for some breakthrough research-based information that, I believe, is revolutionary for hard-training climbers! The topic is sinew training—that is, new training and nutritional interventions shown to promote tendon, ligament, and muscle matrix strength and health. We all know how hard climbing (and training) is on the flexor tendons a ...…
 
Bonus episode: An interview with Gary Neptune, the original owner and founder of Neptune Mountaineering, an iconic climbing and ski shop in Boulder, Colorado. If you're a climber and you've been to Boulder, chances are you've been to Neptune Mountaineering and know what a special shop it is. Host Kevin Riley speaks to Neptune about the evolutio ...…
 
Climbing coach and guide John Kettle talks about how he improved his technique and strength to break a decade+ plateau from V7 to V11 and 5.11d to 5.13b in a very short time.
 
If you want trails like this, come help Saturday! Need bike repair? Check out show sponsor Nova Cycleworks! Need a fantastic sports massage? Trimassage Therapeutic Massage by Tracey Dugdale Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play Lake Fairfax Trail Days Moonshiner Enduro! Cacapon Enduro and Trail Information…
 
In this interview, Zachary Lesch-Huie from the Access Fund discusses all the negative behaviors we engage in that threaten climbing access and the enjoyment of others. We talk about dogs, noise, crowds, poop, pee, erosion, kids, and how we can all do better.
 
You may know Kolin Powick as the man behind Black Diamond's QC Lab articles, testing gear and confirming or dispelling myths. He's also the climbing category director for the brand. Kevin Corrigan sits down with Powick to talk gear and life behind-the-scenes at BD. Also, Kevin Riley and James Lucas discuss their favorite climbing gear, and prev ...…
 
In this podcast interview, life coach Remy Franklin talks about how to prioritize your life goals and identify the actions you need to take to be successful.
 
Treasure Mountain, West Virginia website SVBC Facebook page (info on Tillman Road closure) Need bike repair? Check out show sponsor Nova Cycleworks! Need a fantastic sports massage? Trimassage Therapeutic Massage by Tracey Dugdale Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play
 
In the first episode of 2019 I briefly discuss goals for the new year, the most important of which is purchasing a NEW BIKE! I also try to ease your mind about a scary NYT article about bone density in cyclists. New York Times Article:Can Low-Impact Sports Like Cycling Be Putting Your Bones at Risk? Need bike repair? Check out show sponsor Nova ...…
 
On this week’s episode we finally talk about the Dawn Wall - The Tommy Caldwell Story. How many times have we seen this movie before?? We talk about what it means to be a Dirt Bag in 2019, and if it's even possible. Spoiler: If you have a Sprinter van, you are not a Dirt Bag. We do a follow up to our booty episode when Anna asks, is this booty? ...…
 
In this interview, Brianna Greene describes how she overcame fear and low confidence in order to send her first 5.12a last fall.
 
Prompted by Franco Cookson’s article on headpointing recently I thought I’d dig out this interview I recorded in November 2017 with Tim Lowe. Tim is a climber from Yorkshire with an enviable ticklist of routes, including the Yorkshire Triple Crown of The Groove, Urgent Action and Supercool. Over the years he’s been a keen sport climber, but Tim ...…
 
In this interview, Australian climber Tom O'Halloran talks about how he manages to climb 9a and V14 while holding down a full-time job and raising a daughter.
 
In the last two episodes we looked at aspects of flow, whether seeking the euphoria as an escape or chasing it as a performance tool. But there’s an area of climbing where flow won’t be enough. The objectives are too long, too complex and too unpredictable. At altitude everything becomes harder, your muscles ache under the lack of oxygen and, a ...…
 
In this interview I talked with Dr. Tyler Nelson about the latest device for testing finger strength and power output and how it's revolutionizing climbing training.
 
Will Anglin is the co-owner of Tension Climbing, and a dedicated climber with over a decade of coaching, training, and routesetting experience. He's climbed 5.14 sport routes and V13 boulder problems. James Lucas sits down with Anglin to talk about training. Also, Kevin Riley and Matt Samet discuss the February/March training issue of Climbing ...…
 
In this interview, 15-year-old Tanner Bauer explains how training with his team got him to 5.14 and comp wins, and how he sustained a growth plate injury.
 
New Year's is a great time to think deeply about your goals, re-evaluate your course and strategy, and perhaps even reinvent yourself! Taking your performance to the next level—in climbing or anything—demands CHANGE, courage and commitment, and consistent goal-focused action. In this episode, Eric takes you through a series of thought-provoking ...…
 
New Year's is a great time to think deeply about your goals, re-evaluate your course and strategy, and perhaps even reinvent yourself! Taking your performance to the next level—in climbing or anything—demands CHANGE, courage and commitment, and consistent goal-focused action. In this episode, Eric takes you through a series of thought-provoking ...…
 
And we're back! On this week’s episode the gang gets a sound board. Not much more to say, other than the fact that we've devolved into a local morning radio show with fart noises and Ondra screams. Not surprising, the conversations are TOTALLY BETTER with sound FX, movie quotes, and constant interruptions. Can you identify all of the sounds we ...…
 
In this episode Augustine talks to possibly the best trad climber in the world about offwidths, fingertip cracks and runouts. We also talk about what its like to grow up trad climbing, and how to deal with fear on a scary lead. Pete Whittaker has trad climbed all around the world and has ticks of many a painful crack climb under his belt. A few ...…
 
Mina Leslie-Wujastyk has already established herself as one of the best sport climbers in the country, with redpoints up to 8c. For the past few seasons she has been attempting Rainshadow, Steve McClure’s iconic 9a at Malham. It’s more than a step above her previous ascents, and initially something that it hadn’t even occurred to her to try. It ...…
 
In this interview I talk with physical therapist, Dr. Jared Vagy, about how to heal and prevent finger pulley sprains and other finger injuries using his Rock Rehab Pyramid for rock climbers.
 
This episode provides critical framework and guidelines for effective hangboard training. Based on 30+ years of hangboard training experience--and the latest research--you'll learn the importance of a proper warm up, why you must train different finger grip positions, how to maintain forearm muscle balance and lower injury risk, as well as valu ...…
 
This episode provides critical framework and guidelines for effective hangboard training. Based on 30+ years of hangboard training experience--and the latest research--you'll learn the importance of a proper warm up, why you must train different finger grip positions, how to maintain forearm muscle balance and lower injury risk, as well as valu ...…
 
Basecamp is making some changes. In this episode we discuss those changes and feature an interview with Climbing editor Matt Samet to discuss the magazine's upcoming editorial trip to Cayman Brac. Music by Small Houses: http://smallhouses.band/
 
The young Dave Thomas was motivated by one thing above all others – soloing. In his own words he’s “Never climbed a hard route”, but anyone looking at his climbing C.V. would beg to differ. In 1989 he soloed the classic E6 Lord of the Flies at Dinas Cromlech. It wasn’t a spur of the moment thing. He’d been putting the miles in on the Rubicon tr ...…
 
0:25 – Preview of this and upcoming podcasts. 5:55 - Overview of this summer's International Rock Climbing Researchers Association 4th Congress in Chamonix, France. 10:40 - Research highlight #1: 3-D motion analysis of speed climbing performance, and interpretation of hip mechanical energy in official speed climbing route. (Lionel Reveret - Fra ...…
 
0:25 – Preview of this and upcoming podcasts. 5:55 - Overview of this summer's International Rock Climbing Researchers Association 4th Congress in Chamonix, France. 10:40 - Research highlight #1: 3-D motion analysis of speed climbing performance, and interpretation of hip mechanical energy in official speed climbing route. (Lionel Reveret - Fra ...…
 
Mike Williams is a climber, guidebook author, former Editor-in-Chief at the now-defunct Deadpoint Magazine, and new business owner of Bridge Bounder Campers (http://bridgeboundcampers.com), a van outfitting company out of Fayetteville, West Virginia. We deep dive into the process of outfitting a van and why vanlife has explode over the last dec ...…
 
In this interview, Dalton Bunker explains how he trains for outdoor climbing and comp climbing, and why becoming a vegan helped his health and his climbing.
 
In this interview, Lattice Training's Tom Randall and Ollie Torr describe 5 training hacks to use if you don't have much time to train.
 
Great to be back in on the microphone after a bruising work schedule! Sound quality is a bit off--I had to use my old mixer for this episode. I talk about being critical of your own work, and revisit some of the factors that got me to the finish line of the SM100. Need bike repair? Check out show sponsor Nova Cycleworks! Need a fantastic sports ...…
 
Pat Goodman is a Fayetteville local known for establishing hard, scary trad routes. We talk about one of his more memorable FAs, Ishmael 5.13 R/X, near Boone, NC, about the time he onsight soloed Scenic Cruise at the Black Canyon, what is was like to climb Lotus Flower Tower in Cirque of the Unclimbables again after 18 years, and what he's moti ...…
 
In this episode of Ask Coach Hörst...Eric answers 7 wide-ranging questions from listeners, including in-depth coverage of effective hangboard training, the importance of developing a climbing "talent stack", details on Threshold training for climbing-specific aerobic development, training while recovering from a lower-leg injury, training for m ...…
 
In this episode of Ask Coach Hörst...Eric answers 7 wide-ranging questions from listeners, including in-depth coverage of effective hangboard training, the importance of developing a climbing "talent stack", details on Threshold training for climbing-specific aerobic development, training while recovering from a lower-leg injury, training for m ...…
 
In this interview, Dru Mack tells us about his never-ending psych for climbing and how he trains to have such extraordinary endurance on long routes.
 
On this week’s episode we dive into a large number of important topics. First of all, Steve tries to defend the idea of hiring a guide to learn new skills, brush up on old ones, and generally how not to die. We talk about the spread of climbing myths and in an age of instant global information, how climbers still learn bad ideas. Matt and Anna ...…
 
This week we talk with our friend Natalie Curiel about her headspace on boulders and taller rocks, how she converted an injury into an acceleration of her climbing progression and China’s Uighur crisis, amongst other things! Thank you for being on this journey with us. ??
 
Mina Leslie-Wujastyk talks about how she's training to climb 5.14d, how she overcame a fear of falling after a climbing accident, and her dialed-in diet.
 
Quinn Brett endured a horrific accident on El Cap, falling 100 feet on The Nose. We talk about how she got into climbing in Minnesota, being a Climbing Ranger in RMNP, big wall speed climbing, and how her life has changed as a result of the accident and being paralyzed from the waist down. Nina Williams is a pro climber best known for highballs ...…
 
We didn't expect it to be easy. Expectations were met! Need bike repair? Check out show sponsor Nova Cycleworks! Need a fantastic sports massage? Trimassage Therapeutic Massage by Tracey Dugdale Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Play
 
In this episode with talk with Josh Patrick about traveling abroad, appreciating food, losing an eye five times and developing a strong mindset for leadership. Thanks for following along with us on this journey.
 
This is the fifth and final episode in our study of Energy System Training theory and application. In this 90-minute tour de force, Eric presents the art of the science via 8 key ideas and distinctions to make your energy system training optimally effective. This is powerful material—understanding and applying this cutting-edge sports science w ...…
 
This is the fifth and final episode in our study of Energy System Training theory and application. In this 90-minute tour de force, Eric presents the art of the science via 8 key ideas and distinctions to make your energy system training optimally effective. This is powerful material—understanding and applying this cutting-edge sports science w ...…
 
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