[quote="chriss"]I'm no fighter & NOT looking for an argument with anyone, but I seems to be getting alot of bad feedback. I don't know if it's because i'm new to the forum, from the UK or whatever, but please give me half a chance. As a new vegan, but long term climber I thought a discussion on climbing training would be a good fun & I might learn some thing. My advice has been washed over or dismissed as rubbish. Not wanting to end on a down note thanks to all that have been possitive & freindly.
On a sub note training that dose not motivate is not worth doing, training should always have an aspect of fun or motivate you towards your goals.
Hey, if you want to try bad feedback, try telling people that cake is the answer
If you feel you have had a rough ride, I'm sorry to hear that, it's certainly not because of your being from the UK, quite a few of us are.
There's also quite a few other experienced climbers on the board, ranging from boulderers to Himalayan monsters (well, just the one), and it is quite likely that not everyone's going to be on the same song sheet, whether it's for shoes or training. They're probably keen to give advice from their own experiences as well.
Doesn't mean that there's arguments. Particularly if people are just wanting to discuss or debate.
[quote="remixrobot"]Then it is all about getting lost in the dark and rapelling.
Pretty decent summary of my climbing efforts. Maybe add some frostnip and concussion. Maybe thats why (from my inexperienced position) training to climb is best limited to just doing the climbing itself...