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General Climbing Discussion

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Training Forum on CS?

Chuck Norris
14/01/2010
9:32:02 PM
>
>No offence but traversing bluestone walls produces climbers like you.
>Training at Burnley and climbing gyms produces climbers like Chris Webb-Parsons,
>Nathan Hoette and the Cossey brothers. I can take a guess who most young
>climbers would prefer to emulate.
>

I'd rather be simey, but then no-one cares what I think.
simey
14/01/2010
10:59:16 PM
On 14/01/2010 stugang wrote:
>I'd rather be simey, but then no-one cares what I think.

That's right, it's not just about the climbing... it is the playboy lifestyle that revolves around my climbing.

wallwombat
14/01/2010
11:46:57 PM
On 14/01/2010 stugang wrote:
>I'd rather be simey....

So would I. I hate training and I hate climbing gyms. I would have loved to have had a bluestone wall to climb on but I grew up in Sydney, where there aren't any, so I just bouldered. Bouldering has always been the closest thing to training that I've done, although now I view at as an end in itself, rather than a means to an end.

I am also the master of the 15 second fingerboard workout.

Chuck Norris
15/01/2010
12:20:24 AM

God help me - I have standards! I'd never want to climb like simey and I also reckon bluestone walls suck. I just want to be simey.

Clear now?

wallwombat
15/01/2010
12:29:34 AM
On 15/01/2010 stugang wrote:
>
> I'd never want to climb like simey.

I didn't realise simey climbed.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
16/01/2010
11:16:34 PM
On 13/01/2010 widewetandslippery wrote:
>the reason to train is that it gives you access to territory you could never touch otherwise.

Etts do that for me!

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