In many ways, climbing home is the hardest of all of the things you do to be a climber.
The climb from the foot of a tall tree, the walk to the top of a steep mountain, the scramble up a steep grade — they all involve a lot of physical exertion.
But in some ways, the hardest part is the mental aspect.
Climbers like to think of themselves as physically tough and the mental part is a lot like climbing the mountain.
You don’t know when it’s going to break your concentration or when you’re going to get distracted by your phone.
You have to know exactly how you are going to do this, or it won’t work.
The first step to learning how to do the right thing in climbing is to understand how mental exertion works and what it feels like.
Mental exertion and the physical exertions that come with it are related.
Climbing is a mental exercise that can have a physical impact.
It also can have an emotional impact.
But both can be beneficial for your mental and physical health.
For climbers, mental exertions can include: a sense of dread at a new route or climb;