They believe that most climbing injuries are unique, resulting from a fall. In a study of nearly 700 male climbers of BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine it was found that two-thirds of the participants had a chronic injury, usually on the shoulders, elbows or fingers. For indoor climbers working in controlled environments, the number is lower, but all are vulnerable.
"Climbing focuses on smaller muscles that you do not normally train, and the force on these muscles is not always obvious until an injury occurs," says study author and climbing coach Gudmund Grønhaug. Beginners' climbing goals
strength training. Use TRX or resistance bands to strengthen the upper body joints. You do not have to lift it hard, because your own body weight is worn when climbing. Then climb on.
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