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Rock Climbing Injury Tips: Shoulder Taping

April 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Photo Credit: Jesse Peters Professional Climber Josh Levin shows you the best way to tape your shoulder back into a better alignment. But remember, the taping is just temporary to align your shoulder blade and decrease pain. Click on this link to learn the best exercises to strengthen your shoulder blade muscles so that you will no longer [...]

Rock Climbing Injury Tips: Nerve Mobility

March 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Photo Credit: Eddie Fowke Nerve Mobility Imagine that you are belaying your climbing partner and they are stuck at the crux. They keep climbing up and down-climbing but they aren’t going anywhere. You look at your belay device and you see the rope glide back and forth, gaining either more tension or slack. This is how nerves move [...]

Rock Climbing Injury Tips: Antagonist Strength Exercises

February 12th, 2019|7 Comments

Photo Credit: Jensen Walker Professional Climber Sasha Digiulian shows you the five best antagonist exercises to prevent climbing injury. It is important to strengthen the antagonist muscles in your body to increase strength, improve body symmetry and prevent injury.The Importance of PostureClimbing is a sport that develops many of the muscles that hunch your body forward into a poor posture. [...]

1204, 2019

Rock Climbing Injury Tips: Shoulder Taping

April 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Photo Credit: Jesse Peters Professional Climber Josh Levin shows you the best way to tape your shoulder back into a better alignment. But remember, the taping is just temporary to align your shoulder blade and decrease pain. Click on this link to learn the best exercises to strengthen your shoulder blade muscles so that you will no longer [...]

1203, 2019

Rock Climbing Injury Tips: Nerve Mobility

March 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Photo Credit: Eddie Fowke Nerve Mobility Imagine that you are belaying your climbing partner and they are stuck at the crux. They keep climbing up and down-climbing but they aren’t going anywhere. You look at your belay device and you see the rope glide back and forth, gaining either more tension or slack. This is how nerves move [...]

1202, 2019

Rock Climbing Injury Tips: Antagonist Strength Exercises

February 12th, 2019|7 Comments

Photo Credit: Jensen Walker Professional Climber Sasha Digiulian shows you the five best antagonist exercises to prevent climbing injury. It is important to strengthen the antagonist muscles in your body to increase strength, improve body symmetry and prevent injury.The Importance of PostureClimbing is a sport that develops many of the muscles that hunch your body forward into a poor posture. [...]

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