Rock Climbing Stretches
Rock climbing requires the body to be quite limber and strong in areas that are not commonly worked out or used day to day. Tendons are stretched and pulled and the shoulders and groin areas in particular need to be warm and ready to bear unusually large amounts of weight. However, with a proper warm up of about 3-7 minutes and some targeted stretching, you can be ready to climb without risking injury. You also reduce your risk of getting long-term injuries like tendonitis or torn ligaments.