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Eagle Rock – A Trip of Firsts

About two weeks ago Jason Piper took a bunch of Pulse regulars and staff for an ultimate weekend away climbing on the central coast at a crag called Eagle Rock. It is quite an intriguing and isolated place that you have to travel to via boat so we decided to make the most of it and camp the night in the massive Eagle

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Crimping ain’t easy

By Chris Neal – Physiotherapist “The load of the finger (A2 Pulley) in a Crimp grip is 36 times that of a slope grip” It is completely understandable that rock climbers experience most of their injuries to their upper limbs and that the majority of these happen in the finger. What is surprising is the number of climbers that will

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Bouldering Easter longweekend

  So the Easter long weekend finally arrived. Many different plans on how to spend it had been thrown around depending on who was free and for how many days. However they all had one common theme – CLIMBING! This long weekend is usually spent climbing by those who enjoy the sport as it offers a chance to get away

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Pulse ITBouldering Easter longweekend

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Motivation for climbing

Motivation is what drives us to climb, and at times can be very difficult to achieve. I’m sure at some point we have all suffered from lack of motivation for whatever reason it may be; hot weather, damp weather, holiday season, feeling weak or lazy, busy family life, new job, injuries, lack of climbing projects,  other interests or even when you cant see motivation

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Off Width Climbing – Sadistic Tendencies

It takes some Sadistic Tendencies to climb off width cracks. As well as some creative climbing to climb this new unclimbed Gem call Sadistic Tendencies 23 ish. After reading about some of the local cracks in the Pulse’s Blog, we got psyched to search for some more gems around the place.  Rope road was the logical place to start. It started

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How to Bluff without a Huff

How to Bluff without a Huff A Bluff may refer to a type of deception or an empty Boast. If you are more of a rock enthusiast then rather a card shark, then the word Bluff will appeal more appropriately to describe a broad side of a mountain or small cliff. Or a verbal boast while spraying about climbing when around

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PeterHow to Bluff without a Huff

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A little adventure is good for the soul

A little adventure is good for the soul New routing in the Bungles… “You’re here again you idiot, how many times do you put yourself into these situations?” The voice in my head is telling me off again…. “Downclimb, DOWNCLIMB!!!”. But the OTHER voice in my head retorts “you’ll be ok, don’t listen to him, just shake it out a

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PeterA little adventure is good for the soul

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Skate booking and guide boarding

Skate booking and guide boarding There is a lot of  climbing around the Hunter Valley, which means there is a lot of climbing information. If the climb itself was memorable and worthy, the route would be given a name and grade. Quite often people talk about a certain climb that they climbed. If the two people talked about the same

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Motivation and you!

Motivation and you! It happens to us all. We organise to go climbing for the weekend with a mate, everything is planned from the time we leave, where we are going, who is taking what and what we are going to do whilst there. You’re excited, finally you are looking forward to going somewhere on the weekend, doing something with

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