Why should kids climb?


The mechanism within our body linking mechanically sensitive neurons in muscles, tendons and joints called proprioceptors to the central nervous system which enables to define milestones in a child’s growth- crawling, standing, walking, climbing stairs, running are nothing but witnessing development of situational body awareness. The 'sport' of climbing only taps into this and enhances it, adding massive benefits towards a child's development. Basically, advanced proprioception allows you to learn better and do more.

Other reasons are-Climbing helps building confidence, enhances problem solving skills, increases alertness, self confidence and cultivate ability to convert failure to learning lesson.

The bonus reason- Climbing is now a medal event in Olympics. Who knows your kid might be the Olympic medalist we are looking for.