BMC FUNdamentals Of Climbing 3
  • Plas y Brenin
  • 1 Day
  • 10 People to 1 instructor

BMC FUNdamentals Of Climbing 3

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Overview

You've completed BMC FUNdamentals of Climbing Workshops 1 & 2 and you're working with climbers who already have an advanced level of technique. You'll need to understand complex techniques in depth to be able to coach them. The third FUNdamentals workshop is designed for you to reach this level, and to hone your skills to effectively observe and analyse a climber's movement. We'll look at what happens to body positioning and movement when hand and footholds become worse, the angle steepens and dynamic movement is employed.

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Can I book privately?

Yes. If you would like to book a private course then give us a call to discuss your needs.

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The Objectives

The learning outcomes for the FUNdamentals 3 Workshop are that you will be able to;

  • Identify and explain key biomechanical theory governing technical elements of climbing
  • Design and evaluate activities to explain the theory and practice of dynamic movement
  • Explain, demonstrate and evaluate the fundamental movement skills and principles of climbing specific to the terrain
  • Select, use and evaluate technology enhanced learning applications to support coaching

This workshop would be appropriate CPD for coaches working with talented climbers and coaches progressing through Mountain Training's coaching scheme.

Itinerary

* Please note: Itinerary is subject to weather and availability.

The Following is an Example Course Program


Agility, Balance and Coordination

Warming-up

Floor and wall exercises

Common climbing errors

FUNdamental Climbing Skills

Centre of Gravity

Weight Transfer

Economy of Climbing Movement

Footwork

Awareness of useable parts of the boot

Precision and accuracy

Understanding friction

Foot swapping

Handholds

Hand swapping

Long Term Participant Development – LTPD

Stages of climbing development

Chronological versus biological age

Windows of opportunity

Trainability vs adaptability in childhood

Critical or sensitive periods of growth

Overall physical, cognitive and emotional development

Experience Required

You should be able to onsight 6b and boulder up to V3 comfortably to get the most out of the FUNdamentals of Climbing 3 workshop. Prior attendance of the FUNdamentals of Climbing Workshops 1 & 2 is required for this workshop.

If you're serious about providing the best coaching sessions for your groups this is the course for you!

We can arrange station pick up & drop off if you're travelling by train, and during the day you'll have free hot drinks and afternoon tea.Support is on hand from our friendly, and exceptionally well qualified, staff to help develop your understanding and personal skills. They also help you to formulate an appropriate action plan for your further development.

What do I need to bring?
Equipment List
How should I prepare?
Preparation guide
Course Schedule

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Length
1 Days
Start Date
24th March, 2019
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10
Cost
£127
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6th July, 2019
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£131
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26th September, 2019
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10
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£131
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5th January, 2020
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10
Cost
£131
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13th January, 2020
Spaces left
10
Cost
£131
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Start Date
22nd March, 2020
Spaces left
10
Cost
£131
This course will help you become

Knowledgeable in advanced climbing movement.

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