Do you ever wish you knew how to move across the wall with more grace and less raw power? Or reduce the pump factor in your climbing? This clinic will break down the micro movements that are needed to help you increase your efficiency. You will learn the techniques to make corrections fast, to help you gain success on your next project. Skills covered: Climbing with quiet, smooth moves and leg driven movement. Clinic Objective: break down the process of individual moves to better understand the process of movement
Prerequisite: Women only; Some experience climbing, either indoor or outdoor.
Required Equipment: Harness, belay device, carabiner, rock shoes
Location Requirement: If you haven’t previously climbed at Planet Granite, you will need to fill out their liability waiver and watch a short video. You can do this entire process ahead of time by going here. This process takes about 15 minutes. We highly recommend doing this before the clinic.
Instructor: Molly Mitchell
Max. Participants: 10
About the Instructor
Molly Mitchell has been climbing for 10 years and is based out of Boulder, CO. She mostly focuses in the areas of sport climbing and single—pitch trad. Along with achieving ascents up to 5.14 sport and 5.13 trad, she has also contributed her own trad First Ascents. She also is very passionate about coaching, and currently coaches the youth team at Team ABC Boulder. Through it all she has been very open about the fact that she has an anxiety disorder, and climbing has helped her find purpose and passion. She has learned so much about the process of progressing in climbing and the mental, physical, and emotional aspects of success and failure. She takes on every new challenge with all that she’s learned from years of training and commitment. And she loves sharing what she’s learned with others who want to try new things and progress as well. Her favorite thing about climbing is giving back to others, and that’s why she’s happy to share all her knowledge with people of all ages and abilities—in order to help them with their own specific journeys in climbing.