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Get a Grip

Get a Grip

April 26, 2016 byJay MedleySweat is great for cooling your body off; it’s not so great for grip. Because you may get sweaty while climbing, your fingers won’t create the same dry friction against the holds that you need to get a great grip. Or maybe you’re having...
Kids Get Social with Climbing

Kids Get Social with Climbing

April 26, 2016 byJay MedleyWho would have thought that kids could get an etiquette lesson from climbing walls? You know that rock climbing can teach a child (or anyone of any age) to focus and to gain confidence in their abilities, but did you know about all of the...
Four Reasons to Go Rock Climbing on a Date

Four Reasons to Go Rock Climbing on a Date

April 26, 2016 byJay MedleyLooking to get physical on a first date? Take your head out of the gutter and consider taking your date to an indoor rock climbing gym. Even if neither of you have climbed before, this can be a great way to learn something new together and...
What Can Kids Learn from Competitive Rock Climbing?

What Can Kids Learn from Competitive Rock Climbing?

April 24, 2016 byJay MedleyThink you need to sign your children up for a softball team to teach them about competition and teamwork? Not so. Non-traditional competitive teams can be a great alternative that will keep children interested, give them a great physical...
Develop Your Staff with Rock Climbing

Develop Your Staff with Rock Climbing

April 23, 2016 byJay MedleyYou can learn a lot about your team members by how they approach rock climbing. When faced with a climbing wall, do they jump on the wall or stand back to survey the route? Can they trust in their teammates and their own abilities? Will they...
Types of Rock Climbing

Types of Rock Climbing

April 23, 2016 byJay MedleyYou’ve got your harness on, so do you head for the bouldering wall or a top rope wall? And can you start on a wall that says it’s a 5.8? Does all of this read like jargon to you? Rock climbing may seem intimidating before you hit the gym,...