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The Comeback: Recovering From Climbing Injuries

I think we all can learn from this. If you are going to play hard, you will get hurt. It’s how you deal with it that maters. Great artical Majka

Life would be great if we bounced back quickly to 100 percent after recovery. But the reality is that once you get back on the vertical horse, you are still in recovery. Comeback climbing takes patience and acceptance of your vulnerability.

Read more here….

Photo Credit: Doug Millen’s wrist after a climbing fall.
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