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Current Tours and Clinics: 

Tennessee: with Warrior’s Way trainer Arno Ilgner

Missouri: with Warrior’s Way trainer Jon Richard

Arizona: with Warrior’s Way trainer Laura Sabourin

Nevada: with Warrior’s Way trainer Elaina Arenz

Colorado: with Warrior’s Way trainer Jes Meiris

Texas: with Warrior’s Way trainer Adam Mitchell

  • Crux Climbing, Austin, TX: June 25, August 27, October 8, December 10

California and Pacific Northwest: with Warrior’s Way trainer Jeff Lodas

Utah: with Warrior’s Way trainers Arno Ilgner and Adam Mitchell

  • Momentum Sandy, UT: Oct 23 (tentative)
  • Momentum Millcreek, UT: Oct 25 (tentative)

Events: 

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What Students Say About Their Experience:

“I did a training class with Jessica [Meiris] and it was amazing! My goal was to feel more comfortable with falling. I was excited and intrigued with the Warrior’s Way approach and wanted to give it a try. The results were way above my expectations. I felt completely different leading the last route compared to the first one. I was confident and willing to push myself. Jessica was patient and very encouraging. Looking forward to train again with her and to learn more about the Warrior’s Way.” –Roberta

“Arno’s instruction helps me feel more confident in my lead climbing–overcoming fears and climbing smarter.”  –Tonya (Climb Nashville, Nashville, TN)

“This helped me in falling by being more knowledgeable of the reactions of falling. Really showed me importance of breathing.” –Jeremy (Climb Nashville, Nashville, TN)

“The clinic made me feel more comfortable with identifying yes- and no-fall zones. I also now feel like I know how to practice getting more comfortable with falling.” –Michael (Climb Nashville, Nashville, TN)

“I really needed a healthier perspective on how to fall while leading a route. It’s not the only thing I should think about, and learning how to approach it differently was very meaningful.” –Bailey (Climb Nashville, Nashville, TN)

“I took a lot from the movement drills and how to focus our thoughts when climbing. Also learning to rest and think and move and go at separate times. This is something I will work on in my climbing and take with me when teaching others to climb.” –David (Climb Nashville, Nashville, TN)

“Arno was excellent in being patient, answering all questions, not rushing through drills and really honing in on individual points to help bring it all together. I feel extremely more confident in climbing and pushing myself more appropriately.” –Anna (Climb Nashville, Nashville, TN)

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. I would like to ask is you teach any of the seminar in Us in may.Because I would like to take it, I will be there and I lost the seminar in Chile

  2. Hi! Anyway we can get a class going in Utah?!

  3. Hi Matt, working on it. Are you on our eList? That’s the best way to stay updated for future events. Also get free weekly training tips. a

  4. Any chance of a clinic in the Northeast or Ontario / Quebec sometime soon? I was disappointed when the class in Las Vegas was cancelled in April, and I would still like to get over my fear of falling on lead.

  5. Hi Anneh, We had a clinic in Boston in July; no plans rest of this year for the Northeast. One option is to do individual training with one of our trainers, so you don’t have to wait for a scheduled group clinic. In other words, if you’re planning to go to Las Vegas, or somewhere where there is a ww trainer, then you can arranged training with him/her ahead of time.
    We’re working on offering training in more locations, so stay tuned. Thanks for your interest in ww.

  6. Hi. The list above shows a Jan 3 clinic at Rock n Jammin (Denver). They list it Jan 14. Rescheduled? Or is the list above from 2016? Thx!

  7. Hi Nicole, It should be Jan 3 for Rock’n and Jam’n #2. The trainer doing the clinic, Jes Meiris, has it as Jan 3. Call them to find out why they have it as Jan 14. Where on their site do you see it listed as Jan 14? I couldn’t find it.

  8. Do you teach the clinic for climbers who are NOT 5.9 climbers? I could really use the clinic, but I’m more a 5.7-5.8 climber right now. I can get up a few 5.9s, but sometimes I fall or hang.

  9. Hi Nicki, For the terrain we use and the effectiveness of the drills, it’s best if you can climb at least 5.9. Tell me a bit more about why you think the clinic will help. I can give some suggestions. Another option is to do a private session. Where do you live? I can put you in contact with one of our local trainers.

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