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dilek (Dilek Kesgin) wrote:

>Hi everybody!
>I am very interested in taking on climbing. I have never done this before and I would like to train before I get on a wall.Maybe somebody could give me some advice? Should I emphasize on training my arms? Start a particular diet? Or should I just go ahead and try getting up that wall? Thank you in advance, your advise is much appreciated. Dilek from London.UK

Dilek,
The best training for climbing is climbing. However the best best way to spend some time and a little money is to take classes from a pro guide. K. Montgomery Ut.


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getting started in a gym is a good way to go. you can meet people to train with, and most gyms have free weights and stuff to supplement your climbing workout. plus, it's the safest climbing environment; perfect for beginners.


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Ya, before you blow some cash on a guide, go to the gym. It will cost you much less and you'll get to climb a lot more. If you like it, get a membership and climb there often. When you're ready to go outside, your best bet is to find someone at the gym willing to teach you for fre...

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