Interested in R.I.S.E. & Climb but unable to train at 6am? Climb & Train might be the perfect solution. Anne-Marie Comte uses the same principles as R.I.S.E. & Climb for this course. She will emphasize a healthy, non-competitive attitude toward your training, and you’ll be encouraged to learn at your own pace. This class will test your cardio, physical endurance, and overall strengths. Be prepared to sweat and have fun!
Improve your stability and mobility
Strengthen your mind and body
Refine your footwork and handwork
Learn to stretch and strengthen overall
Enhance your power and endurance
Anyone who is 19 years of age or younger must have our waiver read and signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Important note: Prior to taking this course, you must have passed a Cliffhanger Belay Check. If you do not have belay experience or if considerable time has lapsed since you last belayed, you may need to take our Intro to Climbing course prior to the first day of the class. Please contact us via phone or email if you have questions.
Winter session of Climb & Train runs January 9th – March 30th, 2018.
|Fall 2017||Tuesdays & Fridays|
|Dates||September 12th - December 1st 2017|
|Times||Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:00 am to 11:00 am|
|Course Length||24 sessions (over 12 weeks)|
|Cost||$250 per person|
Meet Your Climb and Train Instructor, Anne-Marie Comte (ACMG CGI Level 1)
Anne-Marie is passionate about climbing. For her, climbing is a balance of fluidity and strength. Under her direction, you’ll learn how to respond to climbing problems and challenges, persevere, and enjoy the blissfulness of moving on the rock. Her goal is to give climbing students as much technical and mental climbing knowledge as possible, in order for them to reach their full potential. Anne-Marie has worked in several different roles at Cliffhanger over the past ten years. She started out as a belayer, and her enthusiasm for climbing and teaching made for a natural transition into an instructor position. She has taught top rope as well as lead climbing, and has also worked as a coach for Cliffhanger’s Junior Team.
Anne-Marie has developed and led dynamic group climbing classes, such as Women in Climbing, Men in Climbing, and Technique Levels 1 and 2. Cliffhanger’s early morning R.I.S.E. (Resistance, Intervals, Strength and Endurance) & Climb curriculum is Anne-Marie’s brainchild. Most of her instruction focuses on mental and physical techniques for climbers of all levels. Anne-Marie loves teaching, and is grateful for the opportunity to serve and promote health and wellness through climbing. She is also a professional photographer, and loves capturing the whole spectrum of life’s events and emotions.