Sometimes, when someone says it better than you, it’s best to just reblog it.
Without even stretching the elasticity of your contemplative prowess, I’m sure you could come up with a dozen different reasons one might want to climb. The view from the top is unmatched, the workout alone can give you the body of Adonis, and of course there are puzzles that would make the most stubborn bridge troll retreat in anguish.
(Check out that finger strength)1
Exercising both brain and brawn is an advantage of climbing that most activities cannot compete with. And like most, these reasons motivate me to climb as well. However they are more side-effect than cause, more symptom than disease.
My primary reason for climbing can be boiled down to one simple word…FLOW! We’ve all been there before, and it’s a madman who wouldn’t want to return. Flow is a state-of-being, prescribed by masters predating the ancient sages of the Far East. They recognized…
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