Fox2 News Interview with Upper Limits

Fox2 news

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“ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Upper Limits climbing gym is making sure everyone has the ability to climb.

Upper Limits Climbing Gym`s Adaptive Climbing program, hosted by the Disabled Athlete Sports Association, is helping individuals with disabilities climb by using adaptive elements to make it possible.

Today we are joined by Tim Carlson, Upper Limits staff member, Jasmine Raskas, an adaptive climber, and Liz Hanson, manager of Upper Limits, to talk about climbing to new heights.

Upper Limits also holds corporate team building, scouting events to earn climbing badge, school field trips, women`s climbing groups, and birthday parties.

For  information on any of the three Upper Limits locations in Maryland Heights, Chesterfield  or Downtown St. Louis, visit: www.upperlimits.com. “

Climbing Out of Chronic Pain

Featured article & video publication by STL Jewish Light

“If you are given a situation, you can always make it worse, or make it better, so maybe that’s what the embrace the brace represents,” she says. “It’s what you have to work with, so you might as well make it pretty.”

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embracethebrace.com for EDS tips & tricks

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USA Climbing Adaptive Nationals

Adaptive Climbing National Championship

I’m excited to share the news that I scored 2nd place at USA Climbing Adaptive Nationals. This yields me a spot on team USA for the IFSC world championship September 10th-15th in Innsbruck, Austria!

I received 16100 points out of 18000. I’m super excited that I kept up with strength and skill despite nearly 6 months off and two major surgeries. (At 2017 Nationals I scored 15,800, also receiving 2nd.)

-Jasmine


Team Fundraiser

We need your help to get to Austria!

Adaptive Climbing Group  ( the first US paraclimbing team)

PDF copy of flyer

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