Train to Send: What is Strength?

by Jon Vickers / What is Strength? Strength can be defined as many different things, but when it comes to climbing, most people refer to finger strength and lock-off strength. This ability to squeeze, pull and hold body positions is critical for moving ourselves up a wall, but ‘strength’ is …

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Innovations in Climbing: Volumes

by Maya Jaffe / Any attempt to research volumes will prove they are one of the most elusive, yet ubiquitous, pieces of indoor climbing related equipment. With their sheer size and geometric considerations, the underrated yet pervasive volume has the ability to resculpt climbing walls with every new setting. Volumes …

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Momentum Stewardship: Learning Sustainable Trail Work

Momentum wants to support the local climbing community in any way that we can. That’s why our Regional Manager Chris McFarland and Regional Facilities Director Rich Connors decided to learn more about technical trail work from the SLCA and the Access Fund. In a this three day event, Chris and …

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8 Yoga Poses for Back, Neck, and Shoulders

by Zoe Zulauf / Whenever I’m out and about in Salt Lake, I like to play a game I call “Spot the Climber.” The name is pretty indicative of the game, and my strategy includes looking for worn carabiners on keychains, traces of chalk on pants or jackets, and, unfortunately, …

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Meet Alex Puccio and Joel Zerr

by Jon Vickers / We would like to introduce you to our newest Momentum staff members, Alex Puccio and Joel Zerr. With over 30 years of combined climbing experience, this talented couple from Boulder, CO, is getting after their new roles at Momentum and are excited to experience all the …

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