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Me Oct 2007, weight ~160- motivation for what I no longer look like!!




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  • v JONESKE
    I love your page and you went through the same weight goals I want to accomplish. I love rock climbing and I find your page very inspirational. Keep up the good work! emoticon
    2374 days ago
  • v BELG64
    Wow you are looking so skinny in your new profile picture! Nice!
    2705 days ago
  • v JUDITH1654
    Thanks! I'm looking forward to being part of the Blue Team! Hope I'll be a help!
    2731 days ago
  • v NVRSETL
    I was just looking at some pictures of Emily and I climbing while our daughter was 10 weeks. It is all about how you deliver. She had a C-Section so the recovery time is a bit more for obvious reasons.
    Take Care - Josh
    2732 days ago
  • v NVRSETL
    I have Trad climbed at Overlook in Sedona and Tom's Thumb in Phoenix. If you are a sport climber than the Pit is cool in Flagstaff and Queen Creek has a bunch of sport routes. We are not huge outdoor climbers just because of the time it takes up. I have only been outdoors a few times with a pretty experienced Trad climber. Emily has never Trad climbed but she has Sport a lot of routes. Problem is neither of us has been on the sharp end of a route. Not that big of a deal when you are sporting, but we just never made time to get certified (I know it isn't necessary, but we like to be safe).

    I would have to recommend the places I stated above, especially Overlook in Sedona. It is beneath a tourist lookout and it feels pretty cool to be climbing what others are just admiring for a view. The routes vary in class and if you like cracks there is a famous 3 crack route that everyone loves. I have a book of AZ climbing so if you need some advice on one you hear about I can tell you what I have found.

    Josh

    2733 days ago
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