/ Training at home
I believe that this is a common problem. I am in my final year of a mechanical engineering degree i am doing a design project to try and adress this problem. I would like to get some opinons/thoughts from other people. I have written a short survey (only 6 questions) any answers will be gratefully received, or feel free to leave comments below.
link to survey:
Thank you for any help
You could have a question for why you dont feel the need to train at home,
In my case that would be taking it a bit to seriously and above my climbing level although if I wanted to train 5 or even 7 days a week the climbing wall is only 5 mins away!
Done, decent survey
thanks for all the responses, your input is really helpfull
Survey done, ideas suggested, good luck with the project, gotta be fun to be able to include climibing into your degree!
it is good fun but unfortunately i have to find some other form of procrastination seeing as what used to be procrastination has now become 'research'
hey, tried to do your survey but sadly it was closed.
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