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Should Rock Climbers Wear Helmets

Should Rock Climbers Wear Helmets?

Rock climbing is well-known as a dangerous sport. Choosing to practice rock climbing either indoors or outdoors comes with its hazards. Understanding how to control the hazards you can and protect yourself from the hazards...

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How to Overcome Fear When Climbing

How to Overcome Fear When Climbing?

People tend to say there is no way to rock climb if you’re scared of heights, but is that true? Are all rock climbers not scared of heights or falling or any of the logical...

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Can I Wear My Glasses When Climbing

Can I Wear My Glasses When Climbing?

If you are someone who wears glasses but still wants to be able to climb, you have come to the right place! Climbing requires you to be able to see what holds you are stepping...

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These are posts where I give you advice from what I’ve learned from my own climbing. I wish I had had these pointers when I was starting out, because I personally dealt with a half-year plateau that could have been easily avoided with the right climbing advice.

These are posts where we review climbing gear. We dig into what people like and dislike, typically putting things into categories of our favorites, runner ups, and value picks.

These are posts where we review camping gear. We go knees deep on topics like what the best water containers for camping are, the best mugs for backpacking, and more.

This is my main series which documents each climbing session I have in working towards my goal of sending a V7. I achieved this goal, but unfortunately wasn’t all that diligent in digitizing all my logs ☹️  I do have every log though and hope to one day get to digitizing my journey to becoming a steady V7 climber.

These are my high-level analyses of every ten climbing sessions. You’ll find details on my average workout during different stints in my Journey to V7 series.

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