SRT Climbing Technique: The Texas Tug

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/27/2016 to Tree Climbing Gear
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Did you know that you don’t have to use a base anchor for SRT climbing? Many of the crews we work with tend to think that SRT climbing means your rope is set over some limbs and then tied off to the base of the tree. This is not the case! SRT climbing means that your rope doesn’t move, therefore you could tie your rope off to the base of the tree or to the top. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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Rock Climbing Improves Your Tree Climbing

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/20/2016 to Tree Climbing Gear
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Rock climbing not only builds massive amounts of strength but it also greatly improves your climbing throughout the tree. Most people assume if they can do plenty of pull ups then they will make a good rock climber. Though they will have great upper body strength they will be lacking the footwork that truly makes a great climber.... CLICK TO READ THE REST!

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