Researchers asked 605 climbers about their attitude toward eating and food using an Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26), which measures the risk of eating disorders.
After breaking her back trying to climb "Crank It" (5.13d) sans bolts, Molly Mitchell fought her way back to the sharp end... then opted for a re-match.
Learning to how to get back on the sharp end.
Molly Mitchell shares her journey to climb China Doll (5.14 R) while navigating generalized anxiety disorder.
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