Climbing is as much a mental activity as a physical one.

We're excited to offer you one of the best walls ever made in NYC for you to play with.

do your best!

A brilliant strength workout is climbing. Shorter climbs are all about power, while over longer climbs you can work on your stamina.
You need to concentrate on manoeuvres while you climb, which will help you build problem-solving skills.

Technique is all

Use your legs and let your arms dead hang until your next move, becouse tension in your arms will fatigue you quickly. It’s not just about strength but how well you move.

Bodyweight rules

A pull-ups aid your climbing strength, so you should spend more time on bodyweight exercise. No one cares about what you can bench or squat on a rock wall.

Limber up

There’s nothing worse than cramping up mid-movement and coming off the wall to swing around like a fool. Devote time to stretching before and after your climb.

Plan your route

A route plan is essentially a cheat sheet that helps you to make decision before hand and keep track of your progress. Pick your route difficulty and assess the best way up.

what people say

In early 2015 I met with Ian Williams to talk about an idea that I had in relation to providing opportunities for children in the Glenorchy Municipality. Ian immediately offered his support. The All Stars Program is grateful for the ongoing support from ExitLeft Performance Academy. It has been a privilege to see the growth in the children's singing skills, acting skills as well as listening, following directions and how to work as a team in a fun and engaging environment. New friendships, confidence, new skills, sharing ideas and a whole lot of fun!! Thank you to the teacher's from ExitLeft Performance Academy. I applaud your professional, talent and your ability to establish highly postive relationships with children. We cannot thank you enough!!

He went from being almost paralysed with fear to coming home grinning from ear to ear saying he loved it so much and can’t wait to do it again


If a child studies music constantly over a period of time, they do better in school in all sorts of ways, including academically and socially

Dr Richard Letts, Music Council of Australia

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