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in what ways does rock climbing make you stronger?

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Jun 2, 2023

Rock climbing strengthens your body in various ways. It primarily develops upper body strength as you pull and hold your body weight using your arms, shoulders, and back muscles. Climbing also engages your core muscles to maintain balance and stability. Holding onto rock holds improves grip strength, benefiting your forearm and hand muscles. Additionally, climbing challenges your muscles to sustain effort, improving overall muscular endurance. While lower body strength is not the main focus, leg muscles also play a role in supporting your movements during climbs.

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