Book and Videos


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The book and videos can be purchased at a $10 discount by entering the code “combo” at checkout when both items are in your cart.

Click on both the book and videos below and then the “Add to Cart” button. You will be directed to a purchase page to enter the discount code.

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The Book:

Has injury prevented you from climbing harder? Whether you’re a professional athlete or a novice climber, “Climb Injury-Free” is the guide that will teach you how to climb stronger and pain-free. The book features the “Rock Rehab Pyramid.” A step-by-step rehabilitation and injury prevention system designed specifically for rock climbers. The goal of the four-phase system is to take you from the pain, inflammation and tissue overload stage to gain full mobility, strength and eventually pain-free climbing movement.

The Videos: 

The “Rock Rehab” videos are the injury and prevention and rehabilitation protocols from the book in video form. Over 80 videos contain exercises and climbing movement tips featuring professional climbers Sasha DiGiulian, Jonathan Siegrist and Josh Levin. You can watch them on all of your devices online; anytime and anywhere.

Sample Video 1: Book and Video Trailer 

Sample Video 1: Rotator Cuff Strain 

Sample Video 2: Pulley Sprain

Sample Video 3: Medial Epicondylosis 

Sample Video 4: Collateral Ligament Sprain 

1 review for Book and Videos

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    John S

    Outstanding! I began climbing at age 56 with a dozen years of chronic tendon pain in my hands, elbows and shoulders. In about six weeks, this info has put me on the path to accommodating—and now healing!—these conditions. The mobility and strengthening exercises have enabled me to increase my weekly time on the wall, while decreasing pain and eliminating time off because of injury. The book is very clearly written, well organized and easy to use. It’s easy to diagnose the problems and follow the mobility and strengthening exercises. I have the book and the video. Either could be sufficient on its own, but I like having both for convenience. The videos sometimes help illustrate the mobility and strengthening exercises a little more; the book is convenient so you’re not dependent on internet acces plus a computer or mobile device.

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