Pulley Injuries – Rest? or … Climb?

Now you’ve done it — you pulled too many crimpers, hit the fingerboard too hard, or pulled too hard on the mono and now you’ve tweaked your way to a tendon injury. What now?

Conventional climbing wisdom is that you should rest until you’re 100% Recovered. This is actually not correct – recent research and anecdotal evidence from climbers in the field indicate that once the intial major healing period is over, a form of active recovery promotes much better recovery than completely layoff.

Read the Full Article at Dave Macleod’s Blog

Dave Macleod is an established UK Climber and Climbing Coach well respected in the community. He runs a well known climbing blog.

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