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Image: Properly managed physical activity has been shown to have haematologic, musculoskeletal and psychosocial benefits in people with haemophilia. Top rope climbing is an increasingly popular sport and tailored courses may be beneficial to those with arthropathic joints © Shutterstock While physical activity in patients with haemophilia (PWH) was discouraged before the advent of factor concentrates and prophylactic treatment regimens, the current standard of care in haemophilia incorporates regular physical activity [ 1 , 2 ]. Properly managed exercise in PWH

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Introduction Determination of the workload is an important element of physical activity analysis. The variables of workload include intensity, volume and duration of recovery periods. The last two are easy to determine, yet evaluation of intensity in rock climbing is quite difficult. Intensity of effort in rock climbing may increase as a result of greater engagement of upper limbs muscles (increase in % maximal voluntary contraction – %MVC) or greater effort of the whole body (eg., an increase in climbing velocity). However, increases in climbing route difficulty