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- Tue Aug 21, 2012 8:18 am
- Forum: Training/Nutrition/Injuries
- Topic: Call for Stories
- Replies: 26
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I jacked up my ankle in the gym about a year ago. Tore two ligaments and had three avulsion fractures. After a week of sitting on the couch I said to hell with it and got back to climbing. I campused pretty much everything for about two weeks before I could put weight back on that ankle.
- Mon Aug 13, 2012 11:45 pm
- Forum: More climbing!
- Topic: First visit to RRG soon.. what to expect?
- Replies: 9
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As far as super low grades like that go, there aren't too many in the Red. At least, there aren't too many 5.4's in easy to find places that are also sport. I'm going to go ahead and assume that you will be climbing sport and not trad. If you're looking for a great place to climb that offers plenty ...
I'd take hammocks over trash any day. The worst that can come from a hammocks is that people leave behind the cord they used to tie it up, or the whole hammock. Either way, I see it as a win situation.
Speaking of Ohio, it sucks. Also, I feel that Ohio drivers are under the impression that they can only receive tickets from Ohio state troopers since they barrel down I-75 at around 188 miles per hour. Either that or they're just so giddy to escape Ohio that they forget to lay off the gas.
Since you're new, I would definitely advise you go out and place your own bolts. Or better yet, forgo bolts and such all together! Free solo and campus all the way, my friend. Success awaits you for sure.
So I'm interested in learning how to climb trad routes, mostly just placing protection. I'm not necessarily interested in climbing routes above 5.9 or 5.10, because I can lead a sport climb in that range and I have plenty of fun with those. I just want to learn the basics from someone that has ample...