Bring your kids to MetroRock Everett for a night of free climbing and games!
This showcase of our summer camps and after school programs will introduce your child to climbing and the fun games we play at our gym. We'll have belayers on hand, the kid's ropes course will be open and we'll supply the pizza!
Welcome to Sunday School Session 3! We are very excited about this session and have changed a few things about it. We have learned a lot from the last session and we still have 4 coaches that will be ready to help you along the way. You are in for a great season of learning new training tools, meeting other motivated climbers that want to train and to get strong! Remember if you purchase the 6 session option you can come to any session you would like! If you use all 6 up before the comp and still want to attend we can work something out for you to come and crush the field!!!
Twisting is an important component of the yoga practice, giving us the opportunity to wring out our bodies just like wringing out a washcloth. Through this wringing action, this seated twist can flush out toxins while bringing in fresh oxygen to muscles and organs. Twisting is also beneficial for range of motion in the spine, especially the lower back. Improving digestion, posture, and circulation are other added benefits of twists.
The results are in for the March 16th USA Climbing sanctioned SCS/CCS climbing competition event at MetroRock North's rock climbing center in Newburyport.
I love handstand. I’ve never worked so diligently on one pose despite falling over and over again, all the while maintaining a sincere enthusiasm for the work I was doing. Through that process I learned more than just the biomechanics of the pose, I learned that in order to succeed at anything in life, it takes equal parts patience and determination.
I will preface any instruction for handstand by sharing that patience is key when
practicing handstand. Know that even though progress can seem slow and can even seemingly move backwards at times, it all adds up.
MetroRock Presents: March Madness Ropes Comps! On two Saturdays in March, we will be hosting rope comps for climbers of all ages and abilities.
The first event is in Newburyport on March 16th. In the morning, the kids will take to the ropes for a USA Climbing sanctioned SCS local comp. After the dust settles and the prizes are given out, we'll open registration again for the college and adult climbers for a late afternoon CCS/adult open comp. Both comps on this date will be redpoint format--climbers can make as many attempts as they can get in the time allowed.
Two weeks later, on the 30th, we move the show to Everett for a similar but different set of events. Again in the morning, the kids run the show in a youth open (not SCS sanctioned). And again, a few hours later, the college kids and adults take to the ropes for their turn. This time around, we'll be running a flash format comp where you only get one turn per route with your high point being your final score for the route.
The full schedule and details can be found here.