Climbing for what ?
Research has shown that a sense of achievement has a significant impact on children’s growth and development. The more sense of achievement they have, the more it can cultivate their happiness and confidence, ensuring that they can bravely overcome any challenges. Every small step taken in climbing is a milestone that proves a child has completed a challenge. Great achievements must start from small things.
Climbing is not only trainning a child’s physical strength but also has great psychological benefits. Climbing emphasizes self-breakthrough and self-improvement. Coaches and peers provide different climbing skills and suggestions for children’s climbing, but it is entirely the child’s autonomous decision to break their own limitations and climb higher. In addition, climbers must plan before climbing, and each route requires specific plans and techniques, which is the perfect training for children to exercise their organizational skills.