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Thinking Mr Tickle thoughts to make my arms longer
© supersteve
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Rob Greenwood on the roof crack variation to Arms Race (E4), Avon Gorge.
UKC News, Aug 2019
© Rob Greenwood
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Short arms and deep pockets
© Short arms and deep pockets
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Pitch three of Gimmer String
© Bob Pilgrem, Jul 2019
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Gimmer String
© Nadir khan, May 2019
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G1000 across the shoulders, stretch fabric on the arms/sides
© UKC Gear, May 2019
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Ceramic Print where you need the extra durability across the arms + shoulders
© UKC Gear, May 2019
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Luci String Lights
UKC Articles, Mar 2019
© Luci Lights
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Luci String Lights Tent
UKC Articles, Mar 2019
© Luci Lights
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Luci String Lights
UKC Articles, Mar 2019
© Luci Lights
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String Arms on Finger of Fury
© Robiro
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There's no hem lift when you raise your arms
UKC Gear, Feb 2019
© Toby Archer
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Benny big arms cutting loose on Boyager
© AdamBrown, Jan 2019
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Driving uphill with the arms
UKC Articles, Dec 2018
© Scott Sports
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Fundamentally, a heel-hook can be used to lighten the load on your arms on steep ground.
UKC Articles, Oct 2018
© Nick Brown - UKC
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Thumb loops and long arms on the OR Ferrosi Jacket
© UKC Gear, Jun 2018
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Arms, fists, hands...Paul gets all the jamming action.
© HollyP, Jun 2018
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The Agner has nice, long arms, but tight sleeves - particularly around the forearms and elbows
UKC Gear, May 2018
© Nick Brown - UKC
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It's stretch fleece in the arms, sides and back
UKC Gear, May 2018
© Dan Bailey
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Shortly before losing the arms race....
© Jack Thompsett, Feb 2018
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Cutting loose on overhangs and hauling with your arms will get you strong but you may never learn the subtleties of advanced te
UKC Articles, Feb 2018
© Nick Brown - UKC
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Cutting loose on overhangs and hauling with your arms will get you strong but you may never learn the subtleties of advanced te
UKC Articles, Feb 2018
© UKC
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the correct method is to climb with arms straight and hips twisted in. This will not come naturally and needs to be learned and
UKC Articles, Feb 2018
© UKC
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as beginners, our default setting is to climb with our hips parallel and our arms bent and on overhangs this causes us to waste
UKC Articles, Feb 2018
© UKC
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