How not to fall off ice climbing, from Climbing Guide Will Gadd 

The local injury total so far this season is roughly six broken legs/ankles, a serious and unresolved head injury, a couple of lengthy whippers resulting in various other injuries, and a few falls that scared the hell out of people but didn’t do much.  This is higher than normal in my view, and prompted some thought on what I could do better to not fall off ice climbing. I respect the injured as climbers and people, and want to use their experiences to shape my own attitude and results.

 

Source: Note to self: How not to fall off ice climbing – Will Gadd – Athlete, Speaker, Guide

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