Anyone here do rope climbing for GPP?

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  1. deadbolt

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    i love climbing rope but the only place that has one is my school mat room. where could i get a similar rope and something to hang it with? how much should i expect to pay for a rope?
     
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    Who knew that using the term GPP would become bandwagon
     
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    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    i run for GPP
     
  6. cavefish

    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    I'm down with OPP
     
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    OPP is the Ontario Provincial Police here so.....no.

    What does GPP stand for again?

    Anyway, when I took a gymnastics class in U. I used to climb the ropes regularly. Sometimes, since they had several ropes near each other I'd climb using two ropes, one hand on each rope. One time for no other reason than being idiotic I climbed to the top with both ropes and tried to go down by releasing and re-grabbing. While going down that way a few inches at a time is okay, when I tried to take bigger gaps, my shoulders/rotators (not to mention your hands) took a damn beating.
     
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