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in: BConley; BConley > 2024-01-24

Jan 25, 2024 5:51 AM # 
Jackson Rupe:
We are on the same level here, I just started climbing again after my back injury. My grip strength also was very bad when I first started and my forearms were pumped beyond belief. If you really want to improve your finger strength you should get on of those hangboards that you can jam into doorframes for your room. Might give you something to do when you are bored. Just be careful with those I think your supposed to build up some low level finger strenght before working out on them as they can easily cause hand and finger injuries. What level were the bolders you were climbiing, (assuming they use V-Scale)?
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Jan 25, 2024 3:47 PM # 
BConley:
I did a couple V2s fairly easily but was struggling with the V3s, there was also an easi V4 that I think I could have gotten if I wasn't so pumped by the time I tried it. Also the way the doors are we can't really put anything in them so I might just have to build up strength by climbing more.
Jan 25, 2024 9:58 PM # 
Jackson Rupe:
Thats really cool, and too bad but climbing more isnt really a bad thing anwyays.

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