Eric Hörst is an international best-selling author, published researcher, renowned climbing coach, and accomplished climber of 40 years. He is author of Training for Climbing which, along with his seven other books, have sold more than 360,000 copies worldwide, including translations to Spanish, French, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Persian.
Hörst has written hundreds of magazine articles and appeared on numerous TV broadcasts; his training philosophy, techniques and photos have been featured in countless publications around the world. He has co-authored one research paper: “Behavior Analysis and Sport Climbing”, Journal of Behavioral Health and Medicine, 2010, with Dr. Richard Fleming. Hörst maintains the popular Training4Climbing.com site and he broadcasts a monthly climbing science and training podcast available on iTunes, Spotify, and elsewhere (search for Eric Hörst’s Training for Climbing podcast).
A self-professed “climber for life”, Eric remains active at the cliffs in his 50s, traveling widely with his wife, Lisa, and sons, Cameron and Jonathan. Read more >>