During my seven-year return to the sport, I’ve used four basic concepts—constant flow, economy of movement, finding my center, and using my entire body—to refine and redefine the way I move.
Adaptive climbers are taking the “dis” out of disability with their boundary-pushing accomplishments, and there’s nowhere to go but up.
A climbing trip to a formerly war-torn country? With your kids? You bet!
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