Boulders is a project about rock climbers without rope. Mental agility, technique and effort mix to solve complex problems during the climbing of these blocs up to five or eight meters high.
John Gill (USA, 1937) ex gymnast and teacher begins shaping this discipline of dynamic climb, creating the training bases, which will be developed during the fifties and sixties. One of this innovations was the application of magnesium, devised on 1954, to have a better grip to the rock, or the improvement of the “cat´s feet” to perfect the movements.
The boulder became a life philosophy, where to overcome oneself is the goal to beat.