Anatomy for Rope

November 28, 2017 at 3:04 pm ,

Presented by Frozen Meursault

Based on common injuries and problems, this course will take a practical look at anatomy as it relates to rope. Nerve injuries will be the major focus of this class, and students will see why those should of primary concern.

Rope will never be without risk, but following this course, riggers and bottoms will understand better why some problems occur and how to mitigate them. No previous medical or rope experience is needed, but having some suspension experience will increase the benefits of this class for students.

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