what happens when a Pro Climber sign up for a beginner course
2023 ж. 28 Нау.
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Filmed by Markus Skaane & Rolf Martin Bjørngaard
Edited by Magnus Midtbø
The gym: climbatalpine.com
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What happens when a Pro Climber sign up for a beginner course?
So impressed that this coach was able to take someone with no climbing experience and then give them 15 years of pro climbing experience in just one session. Incredible!
You’ve made my day, thank you so much good sir 😂
@Rudy Cabonias r/wooosh moment, its a joke brother
That fall where he swung backwards with one hand and splatted face first into the mat, was hilarious. I have no idea how that instructor held back his laughter at that. That young man is great at his job.
and the sound he made when he fell was hilarious
@Facts Machine Any time. I'd have been dying laughing also, job be damned🤣🤣🤣
@clevelandcbi thanks Wayne
Coach said ‘good fall’ 😭
I laughed out loud like a fool on that fall
The instructor is either an Academy Award worthy actor in disguise OR just an absolutely awesome human being and teacher. Guy seriously needs his own channel.
@Jason Voorhees this is my gym the workers are extremely nice to people
@Jason Voorhees My honest favorite celebrity memory.
@clevelandcbi haha that's awesome.
He reminds me of Marc rebillet
I'm a private teacher (music) and I can see on that teacher that he is EXCELLENT. You see the tension in his face, absolute focus on the student, that constant wish of "I wish he does well, I want him to do well", which is actual mental effort good teachers find themselves in, even though it doesn't really do anything. I recognize on him everything I go through watching students :)
im so glad all the comments are about the teacher and really positive, im an instructor for high ropes and body boarding on a wave machine and hope this guy sees the praise hes getting for his great work!!!!
He got this guy to pro level in 15 minutes. Thats a great coach!
That coach taught me more in half an hour, than my actual coach in all my years of rock climbing ever did. Great tips, patience, motivation, enthusiasm, he's got it all. Amazing mentoring skills, that one is definitely a keeper, if he ever asks for a raise --> give it to him
That coach is my hero. The way he encouraged and didn’t show any attitude once he was passed up by his student. What an incredible dude! This was great Magnus!
@Michael F Eh, I feel like some gymnasts maybe could, like the ones who to the bars
It's also 110% acting, there are thousands of these faked on KZhead to make money on them! Pretty darn sad actually!
Great coach.. Was thinking the same thing too. Hopefully he's still teaching people to climb.
He seems such an amazing guy
i really hope the coach is reading all these comments and sees how much appreciation people have for his attitude. loved watching the two of them
Great coach! I have been a youth coach for many different ages and girls and boys. He has the right attitude and uses quick simple analogies when he can.
A lot of introverts and people suffering from social anxiety would benefit A LOT if there were more instructors like that guy. He did a fantastic job. Give him a raise!
This is a fantastic video. It demonstrates amazing coaching at various levels, and I love his attitude. He knew that he wasn't dealing with a beginner, but, he just kept going.
@Cyril / Haermes Please. take your negativity somewhere else
@NW6GMP you would also give your best if you were teaching in front of 2 cameras ^^
right! and for him to figure this out -- it means he really is really focusing and giving the "student" his undivided attention.
10:35 Magnus almost laughed out loud after his spectacular fall 😂 this is my 5th time watching this! Incredibly funny and such a good and nice coach, love it!
Yeah that part was funny
good catch haha
This coach was amazing!! Such positivity and excitement and encouragement. His ego wasnt even hurt when a "beginner" easily climbed something he couldnt. I wish I had someone like him here
Wow the coach's enthusiasm and encouragement is great, a rare thing, what a positive person.
What a nice comment!
@KaiJu They told him they were filming, just told him it was for another reason
@JP SanGiovanni It looks genuine to me too, but I think he would recognize the climbers' hands on Magnus
hz he’s on camera
He's a great teacher. Loved the fact he got pumped to climb with you as he saw you getting better and better with your technique.
That coach was absolutely lovely. He was so attentive, adapted to your "level", encouraged and watched out and praised well. A raise would definitely not be misdirected here :D
Aww what a lovely coach! So cool. I've never climbed before, I'd love to have such an enthusiastic, positive coach like that! Legend!
This instructor was an absolute legend, brought a smile to my face. Im not even into climbing and i enjoyed it, bravo
I usually don’t like these kind of videos, because they always border a self-laudatory experience, but I have to say that between Magnus really selling it as a beginner, and the coach’s enthusiasm and good spirits, this turned out very cool!
The coach is a gem. He's supportive and non-judgmental. It's a rare set of traits together. He can be a great teacher in any field.
that's a basic requirement for being a coach lol but his passion shines through so I guess that's what you meant
I believe 90% of climbing/bouldering coaches have that mindset
He knows they are filming. Duh
I don't think I've met anyone who is judgemental and supportive at the same time. Its conceivable I guess, but that type of person would be far more rare than any alternative..
@Alaybaba 2468 That jealousy will eat you from inside there little man :D
Damn, this coach is dedicated. No flaunting, showing off, powertripping. Just pure class. 10/10
That coach is fantastic. Humble, encouraging, earnest. Absolutely spot on. He was never condescending either and always had good advice and thoughts to give.
I love the coach, he is someone who loves the job he’s doing
Wow, that coach was amazing! I was blown away by all the clear explanations and how well they approached teaching beginners. I'm definitely gonna watch it again and again to get all that nicely presented information stuck in my head so I can share it with my friends when we go bouldering.
No cap, I've been considering climbing and this video is actually very motivating and informative. I'll be trying out bouldering on sunday now.
Magnus just casually flopping down like a wet towel after every climb is so funny
Fr tho 😂
@Samuli Kilpinen same here!
No that must have been Bjørn
He really is a good coach the way he’s both astonished at your “natural” skills and super excited and encouraging I love it and trying to keep you safe the whole time he even puts you in your place a bit I love it ❤️
That coach was surreal. I've been coaching (or around) team coaching for years...This guy is a gem.
Love the coach! He doesn't try to slow Magnus down but explains everything first then encourages Magnus to keep going and climbing as hard as he wants. @15:20 the Coach slips "..IF this is your first time climbing", he knows something is up right there but stills hangs with his job then laughs at the end. Well Done, Coach!
Coach was a absolute legend. Ill never forget the absolute pride me and my friend had achieving our very first black climb ( green, blue, pink, orange, black)
I really like the fact the coach is just feeding him as much as needed. I like professors who doesn't stop at "that's lesson 1, ponder that for a few weeks" : if your students is good, check all the steps, and want more (and can safely get more), just give it to them, even flashing through everything. And that's just a magnificent teaching experience, in the end, maybe you'll have witnessed and helped the rise of a legend.
That guy is a natural coach. Humble, gracious, and positive. Giving as much info as he can without a bunch of fluff. Straight to the point.
@Cream Cheese Thanks! I learned what a pfp is today. My Urban dictionary is quite bare.
This is the best description that fits him. Well done.
Natural lol. so disgenuine
7:06 Magnus said that too!
ya he did a good job ;D if he would be my coach i would enjoy my stay
This reminds me of a guided weekend trip my then-girlfriend and I took a couple decades ago in NH. The first day we went with the beginners group since I had never rock climbed before. My girlfriend, however, had been rock climbing for over a decade at that point. A group of about 10 of us were trying to go up a particular route, and even the others with some experience were struggling. My wife put on the harness and basically didn't stop moving until she was at the top. It was a joy to watch her climb - and it was completely obvious that she was no beginner. (Unlike this, it was no secret that she was only there to climb with her boyfriend.)
I just really love this. Thank you, Magnus. You allow the coach to totally shine and deservedly so - he's the guy that really brings climbers from the V1s inside to the mountainside proper.
This kid is a natural coach... regardless of discipline. Hope he continues on this path.
Shows how much the internet has messed with me. Thought this was going to be a negative on the staff. Instead dude was hyped up and good at what he does. Deserves a raise. He could bring in many people.
I love how Magnus immediately asks about chalk, some things never change lol
@David Braun that had me cracking up real hard. Wonder If I should do this too next time in the Gym. Looks lovely 😀
This made me burst out laughing
@Thidious Sends pow(d)er
@David Miller At least he put the bag in front first, which was a nice touch :D
At the end he even threw shade at the ball cos it's not enough chalk XD
Honestly, the coach is the perfect teacher. Very calm, explains very well, helpful---good on him.
Came across this video by chance but decided to check it out. Such a great video! This young instructor was so caring and enthusiastic and knowledgeable, as someone with anxiety I felt like I would be so comfortable with him and he would put me totally at ease. It was a true joy to watch him in his element! I can’t climb for medical reasons but if I could it would be because of him. I’m sure he has won over many watching this video to try this.
Like everyone else I think this trainer is amazing! I would love to have someone like that as a coach. What impresses me as much is Magnus' acting at the beginning. He works in this nervousness and mistakes in his technique. Then slowly works more and more technique back in. Of course the prat falls where so funny to watch. Cudos to both these guys!
I've been bouldering for about a month now and find myself rewatching this video every time I get to a new grade. This guy has taught me so much, along with Magnus of course.
The coach was awesome at his job. Well spoken ,patient, great motivator .
The commitment to the fake falls was really impressive. Great video. The coach was awesome as well.
I certainly didn't expect to see Cub in here!
A cubfan135 in the wild?! I don't even watch this channel lol but the coach was incredible at his job and impressively humble so I wanted to read all the positive comments about him
the yelp got me
when is a hermitcraft wall climbing course coming? 🙃🙃 (a mini game for scars charity)
the face palms 🤣🤣
Honestly I find it impressing how good Magnus is at not being him :D diffrent posture, diffrent way of talking not only accent, even diffrent breathing and moves!
The coach is amazing. People with so much positive energy are a gift to us all.
I am literally crying, thay coach was so nice, enthusiastic, genuine and humble😭 i wish him the best in life.
Tristan, the coach, what a fantastic example of what American kids, young men, should be. I absolutely LOVE him! Nothing makes me happier than seeing a young person that you know will do well in life just because of WHO they are. Love you Tristan.
@Jason Voorhees uhh... Ok?
@Caio Vinicius what a sad way to live your life smh
I have absolutely no interest in rock climbing myself other then the respect for the physical strength and endurance that is required to do so. I do however love watching videos about a professional messing with an instructor of their chosen sport. That being said this instructor is awesome! Great spirit awesome personality clearly loves to see his students perform. This guy deserves a big raise for sure he loves his jobs and cares about his students as he was placing himself under him as to break his fall if he were to fall. He's 13/10 the guy that I would want to employ if this was my business!
I've never seen someone, let alone a coach, so down to earth and genuine about teaching his student. He's so so optimistic and encouraging and never tried to show off once. He was so humble and was genuinely happy for his student's success. He really warmed my heart when he mentioned climbing together and I think he's truly a gem as a coach/climber/person. I hope there are more people like him in the community
@CalmSquirrel 712 i agree... bvut i also have seen so many unbelievable douches that my whole system of recognizing normalcy is utterly off.
The coach is so cute and such a good sport!
Not that he isnt nice but if it’s part of his job to teach newbies to do this it shouldn’t be so surprising that he doesn’t do counter productive things like showing off
A down to earth climbing teacher :-)
I too have only been coached sports by street dealers
As many people have commented on the young coach, I would like to add it, I have newer climbed but will not be doing it as I have a bad knee, but that coach is absolutely amazing and loves his job. Even when the so called student 😅 climbed that last wall over the coach, he was so pumped for him. Keep up the amazing work you do buddy, world needs more beautiful personalities like you. Love from Scotland
Best climbing coach I’ve ever seen, kid’s got a bright future ahead of him.
That coach was amazing, and you did a great job acting. The first few climbs really looked like a total beginner. But absolutely nobody who knows anything about climbing would ever believe that your start at 22:30 was a beginner. Funniest part of the whole video for me.
As an icelander living in Norway, your icelandic accent cracked me up 😂 Also as a beginner in climbing, I felt like he was a really good coach! Great job, really enjoyed this video! Did he ask for an autograph afterwards? 🙈
Everyone's talking about the coach but I'm really impressed with Magnus' ability to fall with comedic effect. It's funny as hell to watch him fall on purpose.
Those falls in the roof had me cracking up 😂😂 Big credit to the coach in that one, for great tips and being such a good sport 👍
The subtle accent was cracking me up too! 😂
Yeah, this shit was hilarious
That first fall from the one arm 😂😂😂😂
I LOVE THIS COACH!!! I don't climb. I honestly got here from KZhead recommendations just playing in the background. However, leadership and training is universal. Tristan is an absolute gem in this respect. Enthusiastic encouragement with respectful correction. I wish I had 10 Tristans working for me.
This vid is fantastic because the instructor is genuinely a good teacher. A good combination of being knowledgeable and supportive but he also has the patience to let his student fail constructively. Great job, sir.
I've only climbed twice and this coach makes me what to go again. Great encouragement every step of the way.
This coach is absolutely incredible. Love the positive vibes.
Let's appreciate this young man who's coaching. We need more kids out there like him
The coach is very good at his job. He shows patience, empathy, is very encouraging, and is very good at explaining climbing clearly.
@Tomáš Sedlačík totally agree! What an dude
@Alex Barčovský It was painfully obvious to everyone that this "newbie's" bonks weren't real. Even Tristan realized that early on. You didn't, however.
@Alex Barčovský You're right Alex, but you could see him spotting most of the time, none of us are perfect and this guys a young man making his way into the world of climbing. I highly doubt many begginers are going to throw themselves off one handed like Magnus did then, that would have been one hell of a spot for anyone to correct.
@sirREGINALD Corrected the fall? He fell, he didnt spot him, simple as that. If a newbie breaks his nose or wrist falling like that, explaining to him why that happened wont help him much. You are supposed to SPOT as a coach, spotting doesnt mean just looking at the person falling, but anticipating where he goes and correcting his trajectory with your hands.
Credit to the instructor! so entusiastic and smiling all the time. people like that are worth a lot more than they get paid!
That instructor was so nice. What a great guy, real enthusiasm for his sport and so encouraging. He needs a raise!
What a teacher - patient, enthusiastic, communicated well…an asset to the centre
Great video love you magnus the climbing and bouldering community just astounds me how nice and helpful everyone is
he is a really fantastic coach! I hope the right people see this and get in touch with him. This is a guy that I would want training other teachers.
This is what a great teacher is like. Composed, respectful, down to earth, yet still incredibly knowledgeable.
@Scawt sauce wait whats wrong with the free solo guy?
I feel like mountain climbers are always based AF. The Alpinist was the coolest person I've seen made a documentary made about him (rip). The only weird one I've seen is the Free Solo guy.. he was kinda lame.
I've only just discovered an interest in climbing, and in my area Gym Climbing and bouldering seems to be the best options. But im an incredibly intrigued by bouldering and am glad to have found you and especially your youtube channel so early to really give good advice and ideas. I appreciate your previous uploads and hopefully look forward to more, thanks
The coach is awesome. Such a positive person with great introduction abilities.
The coach is doing an awesome job! Great reinforcement. Even when Magnus shows greater skills than himself, he is still positively pushing him forward. Really impressive!
Just respect this man for doing all of these climbs in rental shoes.
The coach is amazing. Beautiful personality with an amazing positive attitude.
That young man is an amazing coach. So positive, so passionate about climbing, and very polite.
That that good vibe you get from them good vibe parents
Watching that coach made the video! Sometimes you can see kindness in someone’s soul… Triston, enjoyed your passion, brother! 🙏
His instruction is perfect. Perfect explanation of every move
I would honestly love to see more of that instructor, he was fantastic, his whole attitude and style was great!
That was really well done and very entertaining viewing. If I ever take up this crazy sport, I want THAT coach, he was terrific!
As a true beginner, I really love this video! I learned a lot from the coach!
I learnt a lot listening to your coach, so even though this was supposed to be a 'wind-up' it's actually really useful too, good work😁👍
Such a fan of this coach - this guy is a Great motivator. So nice and respectful!
We all knew Magnus was a great climber. But Magnus is also one of the best climbing actors. Using the middle of his feet not his toes, breathing heavy, hips off the wall, and falling off forward. Incredible acting.
@shadow kyber What point? The coach noticed pretty much right away, because he was too good for someone that never climbed, as he said. Unless you had gymnastics or ninja warrior training or some related training, no one is going to do dynos at all. Or flash V4s. The coach just played along with it, until he decided to change, so he could climb with a world class climber, even if he wasn't sure who he was exactly.
And the way he hooked his forearm is such a staple of a pumped noobie! hahah (Aka me after a long day. XD)
i think he gave away his mask when he began to cheer on tristan. only climbers do that this way :D
This performance is oscar worthy!
@Neai Tuppi but the point was to get slowly better to see how good he could get before the coach notices. At the very start he wasn't doing dynos. But by half way through he wasn't really acting like a beginner which is the point
"I would say you've climbed before" -- understatement. Such a lovely trainer - super enthusiastic and explains things clearly and succinctly. Awesome job even if he was being pranked
Wow, that guy is a REALLY good instructor. Positive and encouraging.
The coach is such a cool guy, kept a smile on my face the whole time, so positive.
The instructor is such a vibe man. Great guy. Wish him the best.
The way you move on the early climbs shows that you would be a great actor. You’re selling a performance! Good stuff
The fall on the first arch climb was simply majestic. Massive props to committing to it.
I watched it 4 times and kept laughing for the next few minutes
"good fall" lol
There was a dude at the old climbing gym who use to pratfall at the bouldering wall and I would laugh every time.
He did multiple so convincingly. Encore!
@Carson Alexander Muck same here. Killed me
I would love to work with a coach like that. He seems really enthusiastic and passionate about climbing, but not overbearing at all.
This coach is amazing. He knew half-way in for sure but just kept being a good sport, got his shoes and wanted to climb with this ''prodigy''
Do you know, Magnus? I am, Magnus. So wholesome! Loved this! ❤ Amazing climbing, great coach with a great attitude!
He’s a very good coach. Love watching this. Will watch all over again 👏😊
Tristan is a great coach. What a beautiful positive vibe. I want him to coach me through everything - imagine vacuuming the floor, doing dishes or configuring an excel calculation and having him encourage you. 🤣
I’ve been coaching youth hockey over 30 years. This young man is everything you’d want in a coach. Very knowledgeable, enthusiastic, very precise instructions along with encouragement and a genuine love for the sport!
Dont forget patience
@Gabriel B. It very well could have also been brought at other points and just not made the video. The video is shot from the perspective of the audience knowing who he is so it's very possible there were other parts that were also cut out since the emphasis isn't on his safety or anything. Based on the way he was talking about Magnus' falls it sounds like that was the one thing he was worried about that he falling pretty aggressively, but again for all we know there are a lot of other bits like the part that was edited in at the end of him falling that were just cut out. It's kind of hard to judge his instruction without knowing how much more unused footage there is they just didn't use, didn't get, etc.
@Faze Lezley No.1 Fan I'd give it at best ok. Maybe they cut it out but the instructor should give a demo in my opinion. Maybe I'm being too cautious but knowing how to fall is more important than knowing how to climb.
@Gabriel B. around the 3:06 mark I think he explains falling pretty well
Only thing he's missing is a care for safety he should have a demonstration for how to fall lol.
What a nice dude this instructor is. Fantastic energy.
This was so fun to watch and makes me want to try !! It seems scary with the heights but I can start small.
He was a fantastic coach I’ve never climbed but would if I find a coach like that in the U.K. 👍🏿 Great video all round
Damn, that dude is absolutely amazing! I hope he gets a big fat raise after this video, because he more than earned it! This dude is THE teacher you want, no matter what you start doing!
That is such a cool coach! He's awesome- knowing people like him help you start like that makes that in interest sparks into a fire :)
I love that the coach noticed, “This guy might be better than me,” but he was still willing to climb with him and be shown up. The showing of a true teacher is one that is happy to see his students surpass him. Excellent job.
@Matt Davis Yeah, it's one of the rare ones I enjoyed. Made me cry but in a good way. I like violet evergarden aswell. Very well done anime. I highly recommend it even if you were not an anime fan.
well said, true indeed. What a great guy
The coach knew exactly who he was when he went to get his shoes. He came out and said his name first "guess". He also wanted to see how Magnus would solve the climb he had been trying.
The guy is a natural teacher. While the climbing moves were impressive, the instructor really shined in this.
As a beginner, the coaching parts were really helpful! He was great!
I'm seriously thinking of going to a climbing gym to learn. Thanks man, I really enjoyed this video!
Man, this coach is amazing. My favorite bit is how much he emphasizes the importance of FUN!