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How Many Calories Are You Burning? Rock Climbing: Rock climbing probably uses more muscles than any other sport and is a major calorie torcher. 30 minutes of climbing burns about 709 cals, while 30 minutes of rappelling (coming down with the help of a harness and pulley system) burns about 511. #SelfMagazine

I miss climbing the rock wall! 10 Ways to Burn 100 Cals in 10 Minutes: Climb a Rock Wall. Ascending can burn about 118 calories in 10 minutes! Plus, it'll earn you a toned butt and sexy, sculpted legs.

Rock Climbing is one of my favorite work outs. The average weight can burn up to 330 calories in just 30 minutes of rock climbing! It’s a great way to bond with your friends or to have an active date. Seriously- it is SO MUCH FUN!!

Thst looks fun! Rock Climbing is one of my favorite work outs. The average weight can burn up to 330 calories in just 30 minutes of rock climbing! It’s a great way to bond with your friends or to have an active date.

How to tie a Clove Hitch - One of the most useful climbing knots. Learn how to tie it one-handed too! Urbanrock.com

How to tie a Clove Hitch - One of the most useful climbing knots. Learn how to…

How to train on a campus board. I need to get my strength up! This is definitely on my climbing bucket list.

When it comes to training one of the most intimidating tools we can think of is the campus board. We know that this big, imposing board covered in vexing little rungs is an effective training tool,…

Crimping is the one climbing grip technique that isolates the most stress on your finger tendon/joints. Thumb lock crimping puts a lot of hanging weight solely on your finger joints. The proper crimp form is to open hand crimp the holds. The open hand crimp is when you are on a hold with the first four digits on, the thumb either adjacent to the digits or keeping it off the hold completely. Most importantly keeping the palm open. This prevents putting your weight on the finger tendons.

Crimping is the one climbing grip technique that isolates the most stress on…