Understand What Are The 7 Most Common Mistakes A Novice Climber

The learning curve for rock climbing is pretty sharp, and need a mentor or professor, besides, of course, climb a lot.
Go rock climbing on the rock a few times and buy the minimum required material will not make anybody evolve in climbing.
So there is no substitute for the need for hours and hours of practice and learning for the below errors will not be repeated.
1-Scale arms shortened or bent.
In terms of muscle, bend your arms when climbing can provide some power in the movement, but climb with the arms in this position is the first cause to be “tijolado”, or “pumped”.
The term “tijolado” or “pumped” is a term commonly used for the feeling of exhaustion that the muscular forearms feel to perform isometric force for long periods with a sleeping bag reviewed by COMMIT4FITNESS.
All beginner climber must focus on always being with the arms outstretched while your weight scaling applied naturally in your hands.
When you feel tired, the ideal is to place the body in a way that allows for rest, alternately the arms, shaking them upwards and downwards.
2 – Saying “I don’t have any strength in my arms”
One of the most common mistakes on the concept of climbing that requires superhuman strength in the upper body.
If you believe that scale is ideal for who is, take some time to marombeiro enjoy climbers as Lynn Hill and Nina Caprez.
While strong individuals undoubtedly possess more developed skills that other climbers beginners, is the style that will differentiate a climber on the other.
To have an idea the Spanish climber Dani Andrada, considered one of the best climbers in the world, climbed more than 50 routes of 9 c to consider that it was time to try a 10a.
While degrees as those cited are far from your reality, the example is simple: focus on scale better, and not only in strong scalar.
3 – just look up
Many climbers beginners are always looking for the next grab to go.However climbers who fail in not looking where your feet will stay to rest positions should rethink your technique.
Always keep in mind that the good footwork (developed by a competent and experienced personal) causes many movements that usually exhausted climbers are minimized.
4-Use little hip technique
When it begins to climb, it is common to the climber scaling the rock as a ladder: hips backwards, parallel to the wall and feet forward.
However when the climb is more natural it is ideal to keep your hips close to the wall, but no parallels, and should always be moving on the axis which the climber’s weight.
So you can reach more distant grab turning the hip.
5-“Betas chewed”
One of the most common errors is the use of “betas chewed” for climbers who are starting.
It is called “beta” any tips given to the climber and that, in theory, would facilitate your climbing and movement.
However some other climbers have “betas chewed” that is to explain exactly how is the movement and what you grab grab, leaving no space for learning or improvisation of the climber.
One of the most important lessons to learn is that: each climber has a different body and a different style of climbing.
While climbing on the rock there is no grab “right” or “wrong”, there is only the style of every climber who must win via the way you find most convenient.
6-do not give importance of ethics in climbing.
As the growth of climbing gyms, it may be difficult for new climbers understand properly the ethics of climbing when it’s a place of rock climbing.
More important than anything else is know to go climbing on the rock is a PRIVILEGE, and maintain access to the site is an important subject.
Therefore damage the rock, or the environment in General is, in General, an unforgivable faux pas. (gaffe = screw up).
Be responsible for preserving the wonders of nature (if you listen to eco-boring) for the climb continue to be practiced anywhere is one of the great lessons of climbing.
7-Climb in a non secure
If the person is new to the sport’s know to climb safely and own safety habits in climbing is never too.
As stated at the beginning of the article, only for purchasing the equipment, or have had generic instructions relatives and/or friends doesn’t make you a climber.
Learn the proper names of each equipment, how to communicate correctly, as well as manipulate each of them is essential to how each of the items described above.
Procedures to become habit of each climber is:
 Always the webbing, even in sports channels.This type of procedure prevents people getting into accidents.
 ALWAYS use a helmet
 Has technique using the correct safety equipment, and suggested by the manufacturer. Don’t get stuck the fads, never trust anyone who says “I have always done so” to justify a correct procedure. (when it goes wrong the person will not be there more to talk about, because he must have died).
 If you are using the GRIGRI, or the like, doesn’t mean you can eat cookies (or cookies), talk in parallel or forget your mate.