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3 grades in a week

“Gains of at least three full grades!!!”

In 1974, I went from (barely) HVS to ‘Hard Extreme' (E3) in a couple of months.

At age 52, John went from F6b to F7a in 5 days.

3 grades in 6 months – and then another 3!!

(Another) John, aged 60, returned to climbing after 25 years. Before, he'd led HVS (i.e. Grade 5). Pretty soon, he was climbing F6b. He continues to improve  

A feelgood factor?

These are three examples of successful climbing improvement. Now some people's success can be attributed, at least in part, to a feelgood factor. Sunny days out on the crag with friends, can bring out the best in us. (Please, never underestimate the value of being supportive with other climbers. I've been to crags where you can ‘feel the daggers in your back' and I've been to crags with warm, friendly people. I know which I prefer. And I know which brings out the best in me!)
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6 grades in 2 months!!!

After about 30 years of climbing, I was stuck at about F6c. I spent one month on a particular improvement programme which I devised myself. The next month, I did a F6c+, F7a, a 7a+, a 7b, a 7b+ and a 7c. I hadn't just got three grades better – I'd got six grades better within about two months!!!

How a middle-aged, ‘distinctly average’ climber from

Sheffield accidentally discovered a formula for

climbing success.

 He improved by six grades – from F6c (5.11b) to F7c (5.12d). One climber even went from F4 (5.7) to F7a/7a+ (5.11d/12a) - About 10 grades!!!
NOW ‘YOU’ CAN QUICKLY LEARN HOW TO CLIMB ‘THREE GRADES HARDER’
Home Buy Now Who am I? Testimonials Gallery Contact How to climb three Grades harder How a middle-aged, ‘distinctly average’ climber from Sheffield accidentally discovered a formula for climbing success.   He improved by six grades – from F6c (5.11b) to F7c (5.12d). One climber even went from F4 (5.7) to F7a/7a+ (5.11d/12a) - About 10 grades!!! NOW ‘YOU’ CAN QUICKLY LEARN HOW TO CLIMB  ‘THREE GRADES HARDER’

3 grades in a week

“Gains of at least three full grades!!!”

In 1974, I went from (barely) HVS to ‘Hard Extreme' (E3) in a couple of months.

At age 52, John went from F6b to F7a in 5 days.

3 grades in 6 months – and then another 3!!

(Another) John, aged 60, returned to climbing after 25 years. Before, he'd led HVS (i.e. Grade 5). Pretty soon, he was climbing F6b. He continues to improve  

A feelgood factor?

These are three examples of successful climbing improvement. Now some people's success can be attributed, at least in part, to a feelgood factor. Sunny days out on the crag with friends, can bring out the best in us. (Please, never underestimate the value of being supportive with other climbers. I've been to crags where you can ‘feel the daggers in your back' and I've been to crags with warm, friendly people. I know which I prefer. And I know which brings out the best in me!)

6 grades in 2 months!!!

After about 30 years of climbing, I was stuck at about F6c. I spent one month on a particular improvement programme which I devised myself. The next month, I did a F6c+, F7a, a 7a+, a 7b, a 7b+ and a 7c. I hadn't just got three grades better – I'd got six grades better within about two months!!!
Want to know more?
(And cruise those routes you’ve always dreamed of doing)
© 2018 SWDesign
Menu Buy Now Who am I? Contact How to climb Three grades harder

How a middle-aged, ‘distinctly average

climber from Sheffield accidentally

discovered a formula for climbing success.

 He improved by six grades – from F6c (5.11b) to F7c (5.12d). One climber even went from F4 (5.7) to F7a/7a+ (5.11d/12a) - About 10 grades!!!

NOW ‘YOU’ CAN QUICKLY LEARN HOW TO

CLIMB ‘THREE GRADES HARDER’

3 grades in a week

“Gains of at least three full grades!!!”

In 1974, I went from (barely) HVS to ‘Hard Extreme' (E3) in a couple of

months.

At age 52, John went from F6b to F7a in 5 days.

3 grades in 6 months – and then another 3!!

(Another) John, aged 60, returned to climbing after 25 years. Before, he'd led HVS (i.e. Grade 5). Pretty soon, he was climbing F6b. He continues to improve  

A feelgood factor?

These are three examples of successful climbing improvement. Now some people's success can be attributed, at least in part, to a feelgood factor. Sunny days out on the crag with friends, can bring out the best in us. (Please, never underestimate the value of being supportive with other climbers. I've been to crags where you can ‘feel the daggers in your back' and I've been to crags with warm, friendly people. I know which I prefer. And I know which brings out the best in me!)

6 grades in 2 months!!!

After about 30 years of climbing, I was stuck at about F6c. I spent one month on a particular improvement programme which I devised myself. The next month, I did a F6c+, F7a, a 7a+, a 7b, a 7b+ and a 7c. I hadn't just got three grades better – I'd got six grades better within about two months!!!
Want to know more?
© 2018 SWDesign
(and cruise the routes you’ve dreamed of)