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lolawilcoxx


Apr 2, 2012, 11:41 PM
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This training guide will definitely be of great help.
We'll be having a mountain climbing this summer and Im pretty much excited about it. Tongue


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thank you for the information that you gave :)


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Imitate animals (skip the elephant, your trunk just won’t do it).

Do you think it would be ok to bark like a dog whilst climbing Laugh


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This is a great post-I've been checking out www.rockclimbingtechniques.org for their posts--really great and helpful stuff for beginners! Thanks tisar!


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fiveinfinity wrote:
This is a great post-I've been checking out www.rockclimbingtechniques.org for their posts--really great and helpful stuff for beginners! Thanks tisar!

Nice plug. cept you forgot to make the link clicky, but I fixed that for ya.


CWA


Oct 22, 2012, 8:31 AM
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Also check out this Guide to Climbing. It addresses introductory issues regarding indoor and outdoor climbing.

http://www.climbingwallindustry.org/images/uploads/CWA_Guide_to_Climbing_Web.pdf


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As far as training, I have found aerial dance (a.k.a. aerial silks) to be quite effective for gaining core, leg and grip strength. Also cultivates fluid movement.

I've been doing aerial dance for just over a year, and just started rock climbing more actively since this year began.

This time last year, I would have had a lot more trouble climbing. Having better core / grip / leg strength is definitely a plus.

There are others in the same studio I take classes from that are rock climbers as well; the skills sets overlap quite a bit.

Climb on.


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Thank you. just what i needed! :)


squeaka


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jt512 wrote:
Killermandude wrote:
jt512 wrote:
Killermandude wrote:
tisar wrote:
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5. Training on the wall
To get a good climber climb. To get a better climber climb consciously.

Nice thread, but could someone clarify this?

Doubtful.

Jay

I can't tell if you're being serious, and that shit makes no sense.

Or if you're being a prick, in which case I'd ask how many languages you speak?

*plonk*
you people seriously cant comprehend that statement?

My translation is
"To be a good climber, just climb.
To be a better climber, consciously think about how you climb"

Its not rocket doctoring folks.


(This post was edited by squeaka on Jun 16, 2013, 12:11 AM)


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squeaka wrote:
jt512 wrote:
Killermandude wrote:
jt512 wrote:
Killermandude wrote:
tisar wrote:
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5. Training on the wall
To get a good climber climb. To get a better climber climb consciously.

Nice thread, but could someone clarify this?

Doubtful.

Jay

I can't tell if you're being serious, and that shit makes no sense.

Or if you're being a prick, in which case I'd ask how many languages you speak?

*plonk*
you people seriously cant comprehend that statement?

My translation is
"To be a good climber, just climb.
To be a better climber, consciously think about how you climb"

Its not rocket doctoring folks.

Holy shit, what time zone are you in?!


squeaka


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Kartessa wrote:
squeaka wrote:
you people seriously cant comprehend that statement?

My translation is
"To be a good climber, just climb.
To be a better climber, consciously think about how you climb"

Its not rocket doctoring folks.

Holy shit, what time zone are you in?!

Comprehension does not come with an expiry date Wink


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These are helpful piece for training guide among beginners.



Thanks.
Pete

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