Bounce wrote: When I reach my halfway, I'd like to start doing climbing, scrambling and caving... However, I have been told that I'd need really good grip, a lot of upper body strength and to be a lot leaner to be able to climb... I am kind of worried to try it in case I fail, as I have had a lot of difficulties and embarrassment with my dyspraxia.
So for people who climb, do you know anybody who has a challenge similar to mine? Do you think it is worth looking for another sport to get in to? How much strength do you need to start climbing?
The Jean-Paul Sartre cookbook: "Today I made a Black Forest cake out of five pounds of cherries and a live beaver, challenging the very definition of the word cake."
The Duke wrote: Mabli is also dipping a foot into a bit of scrambling and someting tells me she just might be climbing by this time next year.
Gelert wrote: although I could make a dig about High Altitude Mountaineering, but there we go.
Bounce wrote:Hope I end up with nice toned arms.
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