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General Climbing Discussion

Poll Option Votes Graph
under 60kg 10
11% 
60kg-70kg 18
20% 
70kg-80kg 24
27% 
80kg-90kg 23
26% 
90kg-100kg 8
9% 
100kg-110kg 4
5% 
110kg - 120kg 0
 
120kg up 1
1% 

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The biggest climber (viva fat climbers)

matt
1/03/2007
9:00:42 PM
well i'm between 66 - 69kg, 163cm (5'4) and the most recent outdoors climb i completed was beautiful possiabilties (15, **) at araps... indoors at cliff i can scamper around the 16-19 mark depending on the climb...

i say height but! Just got hooked on burnely, wall 1, the blue 18... there's two moves straight out that everyone else just plain reaches for the next hold, i have to do all sorts of crazy stuff to get it!!!! If i was taller and heavier i could reach it!!! Curse this ducks disease...
prb
1/03/2007
11:02:09 PM
On 1/03/2007 beefy wrote:
>muscle is heavier than fat.

1kg of muscle weighs more than 1kg of fat?

>maybe BMI works for normally proportioned people. I'm not one of those.

Now you're bragging again!

Mick
2/03/2007
9:40:17 AM
but as it turns out, you couldn,t help yourself!!
sydneymatt
2/03/2007
10:10:51 AM
Hey Cous, that new role isnt keeping that busy at work, still time to tune in to Chockstone! Keep em comin WM, luv the rev up!!

gordoste
2/03/2007
1:30:39 PM
matt, don't worry, once you get to the higher grades and steeper angles all the tall people will be falling off stuff that you can cruise :)
sydneymatt
2/03/2007
2:43:04 PM
Shit, that doesnt help, i am 6'2'. Ah well as long as im having fun.

Zebedee
3/03/2007
8:34:24 PM
Biggest by a country mile "Vast Mark". Big, bold and ... big. Climber from the UK a giant among men. Well over six foot and built. That is barrell chested and well barrell bodied. Can't remember how hard he could climb but in the mid-twenties but could drink like a champion.

Eduardo Slabofvic
4/03/2007
9:33:45 AM
Was that the 1920's,, old man?

mousey
4/03/2007
10:01:26 AM
exercise to lose weight doesnt work for me... back in the day when i was fit-as-f#ck and reasonably strong i was weighing in at a touch under 90kg, i kinda assumed that i would still be hovering about 86/87. now that im weak and flabby I reweighed & i only tip the scales to about 78!!

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