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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!!!
(and cruise those routes you’ve always dreamed of doing...)

Welcome Fellow Climber

Climb Three Grades Harder –

Cruise Your Dream Routes!!!

"The floodgates have opened - now I can do all those routes I've lusted after for years." "I want to climb harder - doesn't everyone?" “Finally I’ve found a way of impressing my climbing buddies!” “For me, it’s about personal satisfaction.” “My mates are absolutely green with envy. They keep asking how I did it. But I’m not telling them!” “If I can climb so much harder… maybe I can do a whole lot better in other areas of my life.”   (Hmm – now that’s an interesting comment.)
One thing I've learned about climbers. We all want to be better. We chase those elusive grades.

So which one are you?

The VS climber who wants to lead E1?

The E1 climber who wants to lead E3?

The E3 climber who wants to lead E5?

The E1 climber who wants to lead E3?

The 5.10 climber who wants to lead 5.11?

The F6a climber who wants to lead F6b?

The F6b climber who wants to lead F7a?

The 5.11 climber who wants to lead 5.12?

Different countries, different grades…

Same principles

So called ‘gurus' say that, on the internet, you should pretend to be American (to chase US sales.) Well, I've never pretended to be anything in my life… and I sure ain't starting now! Total honesty is what you deserve; total honesty is what you get. So, for the record, I'm an Irish climber, based in the UK, writing for fellow climbers wherever they may be, US, UK, Denmark, Canada, South Africa, Australia, etc, etc. Most of the time, when discussing grades, I'll use American/French sport grades (e.g. 5.10b/6a, 5.11d/F7a). These days, climbing is international; it crosses all frontiers, all boundaries. These are, quite simply, the most used grades. (So, if you've not used them before, this will give you some useful practice!) And, where it's applicable, I'll use UK traditional grades, (e.g. E1, E2, E3, etc). The truth is that the grading system doesn't really matter. What matters are the principles and how you use them – because they apply across all countries and all grading systems.
Want to know more?
Me on The Sissy, F8a
NOW ‘YOU’ CAN QUICKLY LEARN HOW TO CLIMB ‘THREE GRADES HARDER’
My name is Mick Ward and, in the next few minutes, I’m going to show you a way by which you can improve your climbing standard by three grades (or more)
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Welcome Fellow Climber

My name is Mick Ward and, in the next few minutes, I’m going to show you a way by which you can improve your climbing standard by three grades (or more).

Climb Three Grades Harder –

Cruise Your Dream Routes!!!

"The floodgates have opened - now I can do all those routes I've lusted after for years." "I want to climb harder - doesn't everyone?" “Finally I’ve found a way of impressing my climbing buddies!” “For me, it’s about personal satisfaction.” “My mates are absolutely green with envy. They keep asking how I did it. But I’m not telling them!” “If I can climb so much harder… maybe I can do a whole lot better in other areas of my life.”   (Hmm – now that’s an interesting comment.)

The VS climber who wants to lead E1?

The E1 climber who wants to lead E3?

The E3 climber who wants to lead E5?

The E1 climber who wants to lead E3?

The 5.10 climber who wants to lead 5.11?

The F6a climber who wants to lead F6b?

The F6b climber who wants to lead F7a?

The 5.11 climber who wants to lead 5.12?

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!!!
(And cruise those routes you’ve always dreamed of doing)
© 2018 SWDesign

Different countries, different grades…

Same principles

So called ‘gurus' say that, on the internet, you should pretend to be American (to chase US sales.) Well, I've never pretended to be anything in my life… and I sure ain't starting now! Total honesty is what you deserve; total honesty is what you get. So, for the record, I'm an Irish climber, based in the UK, writing for fellow climbers wherever they may be, US, UK, Denmark, Canada, South Africa, Australia, etc, etc. Most of the time, when discussing grades, I'll use American/French sport grades (e.g. 5.10b/6a, 5.11d/F7a). These days, climbing is international; it crosses all frontiers, all boundaries. These are, quite simply, the most used grades. (So, if you've not used them before, this will give you some useful practice!) And, where it's applicable, I'll use UK traditional grades, (e.g. E1, E2, E3, etc). The truth is that the grading system doesn't really matter. What matters are the principles and how you use them – because they apply across all countries and all grading systems.
Want to know more? NOW ‘YOU’ CAN QUICKLY LEARN HOW TO  CLIMB ‘THREE GRADES HARDER’
Me on The Sissy, F8a
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Welcome Fellow

Climber

My name is Mick Ward and, in the next few minutes, I’m going to show you a way by which you can improve your climbing standard by three grades (or more).

Climb Three Grades Harder –

Cruise Your Dream Routes!!!

"The floodgates have opened - now I can do all those routes I've lusted after for years." "I want to climb harder - doesn't everyone?" “Finally I’ve found a way of impressing my climbing buddies!” “For me, it’s about personal satisfaction.” “My mates are absolutely green with envy. They keep asking how I did it. But I’m not telling them!” “If I can climb so much harder… maybe I can do a whole lot better in other areas of my life.”   (Hmm – now that’s an interesting comment.)

The VS climber who wants to lead E1?

The E1 climber who wants to lead E3?

The E3 climber who wants to lead E5?

The E1 climber who wants to lead E3?

The 5.10 climber who wants to lead 5.11?

The F6a climber who wants to lead F6b?

The F6b climber who wants to lead F7a?

The 5.11 climber who wants to lead 5.12?

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!!!
One thing I've learned about climbers. We all want to be better. We chase those elusive grades.

Different countries, different grades…

Same principles

So called ‘gurus' say that, on the internet, you should pretend to be American (to chase US sales.) Well, I've never pretended to be anything in my life… and I sure ain't starting now! Total honesty is what you deserve; total honesty is what you get. So, for the record, I'm an Irish climber, based in the UK, writing for fellow climbers wherever they may be, US, UK, Denmark, Canada, South Africa, Australia, etc, etc. Most of the time, when discussing grades, I'll use American/French sport grades (e.g. 5.10b/6a, 5.11d/F7a). These days, climbing is international; it crosses all frontiers, all boundaries. These are, quite simply, the most used grades. (So, if you've not used them before, this will give you some useful practice!) And, where it's applicable, I'll use UK traditional grades, (e.g. E1, E2, E3, etc). The truth is that the grading system doesn't really matter. What matters are the principles and how you use them – because they apply across all countries and all grading systems.
Me on The Sissy, F8a
NOW ‘YOU’ CAN QUICKLY LEARN HOW TO  CLIMB ‘THREE GRADES HARDER’ Want to know more?
© 2018 SWDesign
(and cruise the routes you’ve dreamed of)