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Climbing Injuries Solved

Anything is possible with a little elbow grease, patience, and persistence when it comes to problem solving. This book is about empowering you to heal yourself by teaching you how the complicated systems of your body work, specifically in relation to climbing. It is an effort backed by modern sports medicine to hand you the reins to your health with the tools and knowledge to be successful. The future of your climbing is literally in your hands. 

Most climbers that are new patients will yelp or tense at almost everything if their forearms is touched. There's a coomom misconception that this is a normal part of climbing and that being a climber means one should be constantly in pain and sore to the touch in the region. Wrong. This "normmal" needs to be changed.

Our forearms aren't supposed to be wiry, Tweaky, rock-hard objects when they aren't in use; yes, rock hard is great... when you need it. Otherwise, it's depleting your power, strength, and endurance, which prevents you from Climbing at your maximum ability.

Avoiding injuries, and healing them properly when they happen, is key to improving your climbing. Lisa Erickson has produced the definitive climber's guide to healthy hands, elbows, shoulders, and more.

Climbing Injuries Solved Features & Specifications:

Author: Dr Lisa Erikson
No of Pages: 216
Page Size: 155 x 228 mm
Publisher: Wolverine Publishing Llc
Edition: 1st: April 2015
Binding: Paperback (flapped)
Illustrations: Colour Photographs
Weight: 490g

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