The warm-up is very important Before training it is important to warm up the body well, especially the hands and shoulders. After the joint warm-up, you can work out in general cardio to warm up the whole body. Suit jogging or several complex exercises: squats, push-ups, jumps with a skipping rope. ![people-2604149_1280.jpg](https://res.cloudinary.com/hpiynhbhq/image/upload/v1521033838/bktjlatsrya7d6ytfwef.jpg) Also, as a warm-up, first run the traverse: just climb large hooks without going through a specific route. This will help warm up those muscles that will work. In the process of training, try not to make big pauses between the passing tracks: the muscles will cool down, and you can get injured if, for example, you suddenly hang on one hand. The first lesson will not be easy When you look at experienced climbers, it seems that it's very easy to pass the tracks. You immediately in the opposite, as soon as you try. Even if you have strong arms and shoulders, you pull up 10 times in a row and push up in the bar on your hands, the first lesson will not be easy. Unusual loading will force the muscles of the hands to beg for mercy after the first route. The main thing is not strength, but technology No matter how strong your hands are, they can not hold the weight of the body long. A frequent mistake for beginners is the climbing on bent, strained hands. Muscles quickly get tired and clogged, so that a person already physically can not keep himself on the hook and breaks down. When you look at how thin-skinned girls and guys "take off" along the hooks upwards, you realize that the strength here is far from the main thing.