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Rock climbing has many great benefits. Not only is it a good form of exercise for the muscles and the entire body—it can also bring a good boost of self-esteem, especially when passing milestones and reaching the top of your climb. Many people enjoy rock-climbing for the thrill, others enjoy it for the physical benefits, but everyone lives for the rewarding feeling once a climb is complete. This said, it is important that you know all about the safety guidelines when embarking on this activity. Frequent extreme sports sites to find out all that you need to know about your favorite extreme sports, the best places you can enjoy them, as well as some important tips and guidelines to make the most out of your experience. Here are some of the most important tips to follow when embarking on a climb:

1.  Get prepped with lessons from professional climbers. Going on your very first climb without any training or instruction from a professional is a recipe for disaster.

2.  Condition your body before a climb and make sure to stretch your limbs and muscles to prevent sprains and injuries.

3.  Don’t choose a spot, rock, or mountain that is too steep for comfort. Pick a spot according to your skill level, and you will enjoy the fulfillment of reaching the top.

4.  Slips and slides happen and when they do, it is important to remember to relax and calm down. Panicking will only increase your anxiety and make you forget all safety guidelines. Grab onto your bungee cord and do as your instructor or guide asks.

5.  Wear safety equipment at all times and have them checked before the climb to make sure they can be relied upon. Some of the most basic equipment you will need include elbow and knee pads, chalk, safety tape, climbing shoes, a harness, and a helmet.

Go online to get more information on rock climbing destinations and the countries where you can travel to, get rid of your fears and live life the big way!

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