Climbing the correct way to fall during climbing rock climbing [Photo]

Photo Notes: 1. Relax 2. Do not catch the rope 3. Steep (Translator's Note: high elevation angle) rock wall falls more smoothly

Picture Text: To ensure that the rope pitch between the protector and the protector is long enough to practice the fall, and to choose the area where the elevation angle is free of obstacles as the fall area.

In the process of climbing, it is inevitable that a falling situation will occur. For example, if a point breaks, the hands and feet slip, the arm is exhausted, or we are about to give up. So it is necessary to find the right way to practice the fall and thus ensure safety.

When we calm down, whether it is conscious or unintentional, we are at risk of injury or death. To accept this fact we need a thorough understanding of all possible situations. We can't completely ignore these results. Instead, we need to calmly evaluate the possible consequences. Only by accepting these possibilities - death, injury or retreat - can we have full confidence in what we do. This kind of cognition is crucial to making effective and reasonable decisions. Once there is an estimate of possible outcomes, we can use these decisions to reduce the possible consequences of a fall.

By investing in practice we can improve our ability to deal with crashes. Even if we are willing to accept the possibility of injury, we still hope to reduce this chance. Practicing the falling area must not have raised steps and must be fully protected. At the beginning of the exercise, you can choose to fall slightly in the area of ​​elevation to reduce the possibility of injury. Gradually, as your experience grows, you can practice more dangerous situations, such as a vertical rock wall or a slightly swaying fall. In practice, ensure that the pitch is sufficient - at least 50 feet between the guard and the protector - to absorb the energy of the sinker. The rope will be stretched during your practice, so after practicing a few times, descend first and let the rope return to its natural shape and length.

If you begin to fall, it's best to go step by step. Starting from the top rope, adapting to the feeling of hanging on the rope, you can even try to "run" or "step" back and forth on the rock wall. Then, climb a few steps and let the protector take a bit of weight when he collects the rope, then try to fall. After that, you can try the Pioneer fall. First fall slightly above the hanging piece. Then climb one or two steps and fall again. Little by little increase the distance to fall.

Practice proper posture while falling. The correct posture includes keeping your arms and legs slightly bent, and raising your arms to your chest to cope with possible shocks. Do not catch the rope. Take a natural step off the rock but don't jump backwards, otherwise you may cause you to crash into the rock wall violently. Take care to breathe and stay relaxed. If you find yourself breathing and feeling stiff, increase your distance further after practice. When practicing non-linear fall, pay attention to the positional relationship between the rope and the foot. If you are just above the hanging piece, the rope is between your feet. If you are leaning to the right or left of the hanging piece, then the rope should stay on the outside of your foot. Have a good flight!

Photo Note: Pushing off the wall may cause you to slam into the rock (don't do it!)

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