Precautions for indoor rock climbing
We all know that indoor rock climbing is a very good leisure sport. It is very good to experience indoor rock climbing during normal rest, weekends and weekends, and vacations.
However, you should pay attention to the following points when climbing indoors
Indoor rock climbing is almost the most secure with the one-to-one help of the protector, but if you don’t make preparations, you can still get injured easily during climbing. For example, if you take a large leap, if you don’t have enough warm-up exercise before climbing, muscles and ligaments are very easy to strain.
Rock climbing wear
Loose clothes and pants will not hinder climbing. However, shoes play an important role when climbing.
Wear protective gear correctly
Wearing protective gear is also quite particular. The tie should not be too tight or too loose. It is best to keep an index finger distance from the width of the legs. Too tight will affect the climbing posture, while too loose will easily fall off. Before climbing, the first thing is to observe the rock wall in front of you and figure out the route to go up for a while.
Rappelling facing the rock face with pedals
After climbing to the top, don’t breathe a sigh of relief right away-it’s not over yet. Xiayan-commonly known as downhill-although there are protectors below to help adjust the rope, if you don’t pay attention, there may still be danger. Especially when the distance between your rope and the rock wall is too close, be sure to face the rock wall with your body slightly leaning backwards and descend. At the same time, you can also control the direction and speed of descent by pedaling on the rock wall.