Rock Sport Climbing: Techniques and Tricks
Did you know that rock sport climbing can be done indoors as well as outdoors on a real mountain? In fact, millions of today s sport climbers learn this exhilarating sport using a wall at an indoor gym or facility. This book teaches the indoor rock wall climbing techniques used by sport climbers in the X Games. Safety is stressed as well as proper climbing techniques that won t quickly sap the strength of a beginning climber. Step-by-step photographs teach the basic handholds and footholds, and how to get started in this growing sport.
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