Rock Climbing Safely


When you go rock climbing, you can get some sun on your body and can also stay in shape with a full-body workout at the same time. But rock climbing can also be an easy way to get injured if you do not take the proper safety precautions when it comes to rock climbing. You can get that great workout without risking injury in the process if you make sure you take the proper safety precautions when rock climbing by following these tips.

Doing your rock climbing at an indoor rock climbing gym is a great way to make sure you stay safe while climbing. While these places will not enable you to get sun on your skin, they will provide plenty of safety measures designed to keep patrons from getting hurt.

If you prefer to climb outdoors, however, you can still remain safe; you simply have to know what you are doing. You should always go rock climbing with a partner who can spot you and who can help you find hand holds and foot holds if you want to remain safe while climbing. This partner will be able to let you know if you will be better off abandoning a route, and they will also be able to ease your fall if you slip off the wall.

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A crash pad is great for providing you with a soft, safe landing place in case you fall, and you should never go climbing without one. A crash pad is no replacement for a spotter, however; remember, when you go climbing, you should always have a spotter as well as a crash pad!

You will be all right free climbing on smaller walls – think ten to fifteen feet high – but you should top climb when you try a taller wall. This will keep you safe if your hands ever slip off the rock, as you will be strapped to a rope the whole time.

Finally, you can lessen your chances of getting hurt if you make sure you have the right equipment for climbing. You can conquer any route (and have a lot of fun doing it!) without exposing yourself to unnecessary risk as long as you have good climbing shoes, clothes, and chalk!

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