It’s a technique that not too many people know about.
And its only limitation… is how wrecked your finger strength already is from your last climbing session.
When you first start climbing it seems simple enough, climb from point A to point B and be strong enough to do so.
However, the more you indulge yourself in the sport, the more you come to realize strength isn’t everything.
You come to understand that techniques play a vital role when climbing efficiently and effectively, and controlling your center of gravity is just another technique to be mastered.
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