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read Toproping How to Climb kindle Á How to Climb ↠ ❰Read❯ ➪ Toproping (How to Climb) Author Bob Gaines – Danpashley.co.uk Toproping is rock climbing with the rope anchored at the top of the climb as opposed to lead climbing where a climber places protection as he or she goes Having a top anchor lessensToproping is rock climbing with the rope anchored at the top of the climb as opposed to lead climbing where a climber places protection as he or she goes Having a top anchor lessens the potential distance of a fall and creates acontrolled situation in which to hone your climbing techniue Toproping is at the heart of learning to climb and being able to safely set up and manage toprope situations is a critical component in the development of any climber While it seems simple on the surface topropes must be rigged and configured properly in accordance with sound safety principles―and that's where this book comes inHere you'll find everything a beginning climber needs to know about toproping knots to use basic and advanced anchor set ups belay techniues lowering from fixed anchors site management andColor photos will help guide you through complex toproping situations Rescue skills and risk management are also covered along with a section on how to toprope And there's nobody better to teach these skills than author Bob Gaines an American Mountain Guides Association Certified Rock Instructor and longtime Joshua Tree climbing guideInside you'll find information on Euipment Knots and hitches Anchoring Toprope systems Belaying Rappelling Lowering AssistanceRescue Skills Risk management Group management Teaching Novices I know barely enough to be dangerous This book really helped lock in the best practices o be safe Very simple and easy to understand for me Might be overwhelming for someone with absolutely no previous knowledge

Bob Gaines ´ How to Climb epub

Toproping is rock climbing with the rope anchored at the top of the climb as opposed to lead climbing where a climber places protection as he or she goes Having a top anchor lessens the potential distance of a fall and creates acontrolled situation in which to hone your climbing techniue Toproping is at the heart of learning to climb and being able to safely set up and manage toprope situations is a critical component in the development of any climber While it seems simple on the surface topropes must be rigged and configured properly in accordance with sound safety principles―and that's where this book comes inHere you'll find everything a beginning climber needs to know about toproping knots to use basic and advanced anchor set ups belay techniues lowering from fixed anchors site management andColor photos will help guide you through complex toproping situations Rescue skills and risk management are also covered along with a section on how to toprope And there's nobody better to teach these skills than author Bob Gaines an American Mountain Guides Association Certified Rock Instructor and longtime Joshua Tree climbing guideInside you'll find information on Euipment Knots and hitches Anchoring Toprope systems Belaying Rappelling Lowering AssistanceRescue Skills Risk management Group management Teaching Novices This book has everything you need to be ready for the AMGA Single Pitch Instructor course and is great study material for the exam Some of the pictures are a little wonky but that's the publisher's fault not the author The systems are sound and the book is extremely readable It has a guide section in the back with tons of tips for instruction and fostering a professional top rope environment for a number of clients

epub Ç How to Climb ´ Bob Gaines

Toproping How to ClimbToproping is rock climbing with the rope anchored at the top of the climb as opposed to lead climbing where a climber places protection as he or she goes Having a top anchor lessens the potential distance of a fall and creates acontrolled situation in which to hone your climbing techniue Toproping is at the heart of learning to climb and being able to safely set up and manage toprope situations is a critical component in the development of any climber While it seems simple on the surface topropes must be rigged and configured properly in accordance with sound safety principles―and that's where this book comes inHere you'll find everything a beginning climber needs to know about toproping knots to use basic and advanced anchor set ups belay techniues lowering from fixed anchors site management andColor photos will help guide you through complex toproping situations Rescue skills and risk management are also covered along with a section on how to toprope And there's nobody better to teach these skills than author Bob Gaines an American Mountain Guides Association Certified Rock Instructor and longtime Joshua Tree climbing guideInside you'll find information on Euipment Knots and hitches Anchoring Toprope systems Belaying Rappelling Lowering AssistanceRescue Skills Risk management Group management Teaching Novices This was one of the best of the climbing series that I have read I would recommend this for anyone who is getting into climbing and is ready to transition to outdoor toproping I will be supplementing this with an outdoor class but overall one of the best in the series