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estemer


Jun 2, 2003, 12:20 PM
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...and again
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What is this thing doing on this site ?

Slackliners argue that this activity helps with the equilibrium. So why not put forums about :
- weightlifting (helps you develop strengh)
- driving (helps you get to the crag)
- professionnal success (helps you buy the gear, so expensive)

and other closely climbing related activities?
:?:

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Jun 2, 2003, 3:20 PM
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dude let it go it is done by many climbers it is set up at climbing comps so i dont see any prob with it! do you just want something to wine about or are you just a stoopid egotistical ass!! who cares it aperently pertained enough to climbing for them to start a forum for it!! so stop whining!!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:


zacrobinson


Jun 2, 2003, 5:17 PM
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because it is almost strictly a climbing hobby.

Many other people weightlift to gain strength, but not too many people outside of the climbing community slackline. Also it is fun. The help in my balance is just a bonus, I do it cause it is a good (cheap) way to pass the time.

Maybe they just started the forum so people like you could whine about it.... you never know


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