Dave needs to narrate every video
this was awesome, but all i kept thinkign was f**k my life the whole way through, like theres these sponsored atheletes that are just alwasy dressed head to toe in sponsor gear even out on the rock, eating in whole foods ?!, theres nothing wrong with it but its not exactly representative of most people that climb all the time, i remember being in the peak district dressed in raggy old shorts and a tshirt and id set out to try this boulder called walk on by, but when i got there it was surrounded by a group of ten sponsored (or wearing so much gear they were emulating sponsored atheletes) and it was kind of intimidating, they looked gymstrong healthy well dressed and theres nothing wrong with that, but i just feel like its making rock climbing less of sport where you can jsut be out in nature and just be as weak/strong as healthy/unhealthy and as poorly dressed as you like and where you dont need to be a certain way to feel justified in climbing some piece of rock without people looking at you like ‘whos this guy’. A tiny bit of me is jealous but most of me is just sad that climbing could continue in this direction.
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