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7 Tips for Safe Rock Climbing
7 Tips for Safe Rock Climbing

As one of the more popular low-impact exercises, an estimated 25 million people enjoy rock climbing every year. It can be done outdoors or all year-round, indoors, on a rock climbing course. While it is a safe sport when for those who are appropriately trained who follow ...

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Blog posts in Strength & Conditioning Therapy

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