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First coined by military reserve members, the phrase "Weekend Warrior" is used to describe those who spend their weekends chasing after their personal passion and sharpening their skills once the work week is over. In climbing, It's definition is attributed to those who travel great distances, often forfeiting sleep and guzzling copious amounts of coffee in order to get their fix of rock fondling.

Gaz Leah offers a proud tribute to all of the Weekend Warriors out there.

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