Aperture of Light

Aperture of Light


My Perfect Getaway

posted by cmartin

“Climbing is basically my biggest stress relief. Lately I’ve had to spend more time studying and so to maintain my sanity I go in to the wall and climb for an hour or so. It really helps me to clear my mind of everything that has been going on so I can go back and study some more, which in turn causes me to climb more. I also like climbing because its gives me a great way to workout without actually knowing I’m working out, because climbing feels more like I’m doing something for fun then going into the gym just to workout.” – Stanton

 

Climbing or any physical activity really is awesome stress relief.  I’m a big climber as well and I used to go every night after class.  I would go in with worries about classes, things that professors said or just stress from a hectic day and come out refreshed.  Climbing is one of those sports that takes a lot of determination and problem solving, but in a good way!  It’s fun to tackle a route that you thought you could never do.  It brings a great sense of accomplishment and is just plain fun!



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