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Climb Injury Free

Has injury prevented you from climbing harder? Whether you're a professional athlete or a novice climber, "Climb Injury-Free" is the guide that will teach you how to climb stronger and pain-free. 

The book features the "Rock Rehab Pyramid." A step-by-step rehabilitation and injury prevention system designed specifically for rock climbers. The goal of the four-phase system is to take you from the pain, inflammation and tissue overload stage to gain full mobility, strength and eventually pain-free climbing movement. Diagnosis, treat and prevent the most common climbing injuries.

Climbing specific protocols for: 

* Neck Strain 
* Rotator Cuff Strain 
* Shoulder Impingement 
* Biceps Tendinopathy 
* Triceps Tendinopathy 
* Lateral Epicondylosis 
* Medial Epicondylosis 
* Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 
* Pulley Sprain 
* Collateral Ligament Sprain 
* Median, Ulnar and Radial Nerve Injury

Injury advice with over 30 profiles from top professional climbers including Adam Ondra, Sasha DiGiulian Sean McColl, Jonathan Siegrist and many others. Dirtbag tips that teach you how to convert items in your crag pack into rehab tools. Learn the system used by thousands of climbers to climb strong and injury-free.

Climb Injury Free Features & Specifications:

  • Publisher: The Climbing Doctor
  • April 2017
  • 1st Edition
  • Pages: 252
  • Fully Illustrated

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