If you want to be cool you will be a rock climber
Rock climbing at a moderate intensity for around one hour will burn around 400 calories!
traditional rock climbing ways
Free climbing- don't use any equipment, people use only their own strength to climb (advanced)
development of rock climbing as a sport
more safety gear
now shorter more difficult paths are the trend
If you want to get a real nice body, you'll be a rock climber
-(requires extra working out) more successful when strength and endurance are improved in calves, shoulders, and core agility
-helps flexibility in hamstrings and hips
start with 5 minutes of climbing if you're new or not used to cardiovascular activity. then work your way up!
Increased Muscle Tone
You WILL get sore!
Do you wanna live a long time?
To get started you need to do exercises to help increase your muscle strength
will benefit you for times when one foot is in a hold and you need to press off of it to bring yourself to another hold higher up.
Everyone knows rock climbing looks awesome
So why not try to be a rock climber and become one of the coolest people out there?
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