How to Climb a Wall or Tree Faster


Climbing the wall can be fun and good exercise. It is also one of the most common elements that parkour practitioners use. This article will tell you everything you need to know if you want to learn how to climb a wall as well.

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  • Stretch and loosen up. Climbing a wall could strain your muscles that you may not have had much tension before. Before attempting to climb the wall, do some light exercise and stretch.
  • To practice on, find a short wall. Try to find one that is low enough to reach your hands over the top of the wall while your feet are still on the ground, but one that is also high enough to extend your arms to reach the top. Make sure you are able to grip the wall properly. It is not ideal to practice on a highly slick or polished surface.
  • Use both hands to grab the top of the wall and try to get as much of your palm on to the top of the wall as you can. Even if your feet remain on the ground, your arms should seem to hang you. They have to stay stretched as you grab the wall.
  • Place your feet on the wall. One foot should be high—-nearly to your waist’s height— while the other should be eighteen inches below that. Keep your feet below you and don’t stretch to the edges. In order to be in contact with the wall surface, your toes and the front of your feet should be flexing.
  • Push and pull upwards. This should appear as one fluid motion. Then move your legs up and then pull your arms up. Press your feet into the wall. At first, your body should be perpendicular to the ground, and that seems to drive you backward. Your arms hold your closeness, however, so any momentum that pushed you away from the wall will force you up as well. Just as you begin to push your leg, start pulling with your upper body.
  • Go across the wall. Kick your back leg out and put your upper body over the top of the wall as you lift yourself over the top edge of the wall. Continue this motion over the edge of the wall until the center of gravity (in your lower torso).
  • Circle your back leg forward. Get your first leg across the wall and finish the climb. You can also swing one of your legs up under your head, followed by the other leg. If you’re on a roof now, stand up. When you climb a standing wall instead, you can roll over it and pull your feet under you as you descend on the other side.

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