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General Climbing Discussion

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Is climbing good for your body in the long term? 6-May-2014 At 11:42:10 AM ado_m
On a long term basis ie 20+ years, is climbing good or bad for the body?

Has there been any studies done?

Will my fingers be crippled with arthritis in my 60s because of too many weekends in the Grampians in my 20s and 30s?

Based on the average person climbing moderates, mid 20s grades. This is excluding:
- dumb accidents
- wasted hours on the Western Highway
- wasted hours on Chockstone

Any thoughts or empirical evidence appreciated.

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