Spring Mountain

Boulder Coaching



Personal training with an edge!

We work on technique, balance, coordination, strength and mobility.  We make a plan to fit your needs. Together with your training you make a plan and set your goals.

Prefer to train together (with the same goal and level)? That is also possible.

Red Mountain


Of course, the technique is critical for climbing, but strength is also important. Therefore we have a training that focuses on strengthening the muscles. Core, shoulders, arms, legs are all powerful tools during climbing. 

We provide a program that is accessible for everyone because not one person is the same. This way everyone can work at their own level and pace. Are you ready to start!

Starts Wednesday, September 1st at 19u00 (1u) and then weakly.

Cracked Rocks


This course consists of three, 2-hour lessons and focuses on techniques that are essential at level 5b and above. Some of the techniques covered include foot placement, dead-points and training analytic abilities. mental and physical strength are equally necessary to climb technically demanding routes! You can sign up at the bar or by clicking on the link below. 

Recommended level: 5b
Price: €65,- (excl entrance fee)

Monday, 6 September 19u00



Why practice Yoga next to climbing?

In these sessions, we work on strength, balance, flexibility and breathing. All essentials to improve as a climber.

We move our bodies together with our breathing. Using movements and exercises to loosen the body and increase its resistance. Focussing on body parts is essential for climbing and working towards a mindful state.

Starts Tuesday. September 21 at 19u00 (1u) and then weakly.



Do you ever feel your shoulders? knee? hip? elbows? Of course, we have all felt the sting of an injury, you take some rest and are back at it. But how do you prevent the next injury and how do you strengthen your bodies weak spots?

This is what mobility training is for! Mobility in combination with strength determines the flexibility of your joints. So by focusing on that you can remain active with less pain and a bigger range of motion.

Starts Thursday, September 2nd at 19u30 (1u) and then weakly