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climbing everything

this is for those climbers who love to climb everywhere and everything that they can. share tips and places where you have climbed with other people and most of all enjoy

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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Meaning of Rappel

Meaning of Rappel

After the climber slides to the bottom of the rope, he then retrieves the rope by pulling it through the anchor. The French word rappel, meaning “to recall,” comes from this retrieval. In Europe the technique is usually called a...

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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Belay Devices - Types

Belay Devices - Types

Belay Devices come in many types and designs. In general, there is no "all around" Belay Device. Each acts differently on certain situations. Of course, one works well if used according to what it is designed for. Familiariz...

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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Upper back stretch

Stretching the muscles in your upper back can promote good posture. To stretch these muscles:

  • Stand in a relaxed position with your arms extended in front of you, parallel to the floor (top image).
  • Pull your shoulder blades together behind you,...

Teresa D encouraged this.

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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Neck stretch

To stretch your neck:

  • Bend your head forward and slightly to the right.
  • With your right hand, gently pull your head downward. You'll feel a nice, easy stretch along the back left side of your neck.
  • Hold for about 30 seconds.
  • Repeat on the oppo...
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Your shoulder's internal rotators are part of the group of muscles often used in overhead sports. To stretch these muscles:

  • Grasp a rolled-up towel firmly with both hands, as shown.
  • Gently pull the towel toward the ceiling with your top hand. Yo...
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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Shoulder stretch

If the back of your shoulder is tight, you may be more likely to develop rotator cuff problems — especially if you golf or participate in overhead racket or throwing sports, such as tennis or baseball. To keep your shoulders flexible:

  • Bring your...
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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Knee-to-chest stretch

The knee-to-chest stretch focuses on the muscles of your lower back. Don't do this stretch if you have osteoporosis because it may increase the risk of compression fractures in your vertebrae.

To do this stretch:

  • Lie on your back on a firm surfa...
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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Hip flexor stretch

Hip flexor stretch

Your hip flexors — which allow you to lift your knees and bend at the waist — are located on your upper thighs, just below your hipbones. To stretch your hip flexors:

  • Kneel on your right knee, cushioning your kneecap with a...
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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Quadriceps stretch

Quadriceps stretch

Your quadriceps muscle runs along the front of your thigh. To stretch your quadriceps muscles:

  • Stand near a wall or a piece of sturdy exercise equipment for support.
  • Grasp your ankle and gently pull your heel up and back un...

Matteo R encouraged this.

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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Hamstring stretch

Hamstring stretch

Your hamstring muscle runs along the back of your upper leg. To stretch your hamstring muscles:

  • Lie on the floor near the outer corner of a wall or a door frame.
  • Raise your left leg and rest your left heel against the wall....
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Coachbronze Aston F created the guide Calf stretch

Calf stretch

Your calf muscle runs along the back of your lower leg. To stretch your calf muscles:

  • Stand at arm's length from a wall or a piece of sturdy exercise equipment.
  • Place your right foot behind your left foot.
  • Slowly bend your left...
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Aston F created the climbing everything Tribe

this is for those climbers who love to climb everywhere and everything that they can. share tips and places where you have climbed with other people and most of all enjoy

12 members

  • Kommander
  • Ivan
  • Smithy
  • Ramon
  • Alyssa
  • Janell
  • Михајло
  • עמית
  • Ru'aa
  • J
  • Ed
  • aston
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1st June 2013

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