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  • - Our next guest learned how to rock climb

  • when she was just eight months old.

  • Two months later, she learned how to walk.

  • From Flagstaff, Arizona, please welcome

  • one-year-old Ellie and her parents, Rachel and Zach.

  • Hi, Ellie, hi. There's a lot of people here, huh?

  • Hi, precious. Okay,

  • so you are both rock climbers.

  • - Correct. - We are, yes.

  • My husband Zach's been climbing for about 20 years,

  • and I've been climbing for 14 years.

  • - Okay, and so-- and she's your only child.

  • - Right. - She is, yes.

  • - Okay, so when and how did this start?

  • That she would just climb a wall?

  • Ellie's really been in the rock climbing gym

  • since she was born.

  • Her first outing was at about two week's old,

  • and we took her to the climbing gym,

  • and then shortly thereafter, she would come and join

  • mine and Zach's training sessions and climbing sessions

  • and got to know the climbing community pretty well.

  • And then, since then she has--

  • - When you say "got to know the climbing community,"

  • what does that mean? - Zach.

  • - Well, that means watching a bunch of guys

  • with their shirts off in the climbing gym

  • grunt really loudly as they go up the walls.

  • - Oh. A lot of women are gonna start climbing soon.

  • - Yeah come on. Join me.

  • - All right. And she--and she didn't even walk at that point.

  • No. - She started climbing

  • when she was about eight months old.

  • I think we got her, like, actually grabbing holds

  • and feeling out the wall at about six months old.

  • She was climbing on her own at eight months old,

  • and then she walked at the later part of ten months.

  • She was solid by 11 months walking.

  • - Well, it's amazing when I watched this for the first time,

  • she literally will get stuck

  • and realize, and to be that young

  • to realize she has to go backwards and grab--

  • to be able to grab another--

  • - Yeah. I think that Zach and I always knew

  • that kids are natural climbers, but to see her actually

  • go through the thought process of figuring out

  • where to put your hand, where to put your foot,

  • and taking her time and not getting frustrated

  • and coming off the wall was really impressive to me personally.

  • - Yeah, that would be frustrating for her to--

  • God, I love that little outfit.

  • So, and no helmet, no pads,

  • and--and but she has a rope, right? Isn't--

  • - Well, it's a little bit different.

  • So, she has pads.

  • She does what's right now called bouldering.

  • Bouldering is climbing closer to the ground without ropes,

  • but usually you have mats.

  • So like in the gym, a lot of the videos

  • that we have of her, there's usually a mat

  • that's probably 12 to 16 inches thick,

  • so it's a pretty beefy mat,

  • and we're always there behind her to spot her.

  • - Yeah.

  • - So it--it's one of those things that, you know,

  • we're always behind her, always there,

  • so if she does fall, we're there to catch her,

  • and then she has the mats below her

  • if she--if she needs it. - Yeah.

  • Um, well, I hope you're there to catch her, yeah.

  • You don't just go off and grab a coffee or something.

  • - No. - Not usually, no.

  • - Yeah. She's so bored by this.

  • So let's, um, and she-- is she--

  • her crib, 'cause she climbs,

  • you can't even have her in a regular crib, right?

  • - Well, yeah, I mean, early on

  • with one of her early videos, she was climbing--

  • I built a wall for her in her bedroom

  • right next to her crib, and so she's had that in her room

  • since she was probably, you know, four weeks old.

  • - Yeah. - We just keep the climbing

  • to a controlled environment on the climbing wall.

  • - That's amazing. She's so advanced and so--

  • and bored.

  • All right, so she's gonna climb, right?

  • - Yeah. - We would like you to climb,

  • Ellie. Do you want to climb?

  • - Ellie, do you want to climb?

  • - Yeah. Whoo. - All right.

  • All right.

  • Let's go climb. - All right.

  • - Climb? - Good job.

  • - I would offer, but she just--

  • - All right. - There's a dinosaur up there.

  • - There's a dinosaur for you right there.

  • [growling] Go get it.

  • Good job.

  • - Here.

  • Come over in the middle here.

  • Daddy's right behind you.

  • - There you go. Good job. - Da-da.

  • - Yeah, da-da. - You're doing awesome, Ellie.

  • - Yeah. - Yay.

  • - How you doing?

  • - Go get that dinosaur. - You going up there?

  • Here, I'm still right here.

  • - Get your feet up.

  • - Climb. - You get the foot--

  • Yeah, you're climbing. Here.

  • You got that one?

  • - Good job. Feet up.

  • - We're going to go right to that one.

  • Perfect. - Nice.

  • Awesome. High step, yep.

  • - There we go. - You got it.

  • Yeah. Nice, Ellie.

  • That one there. Good job.

  • Good job, sweetie. Foot.

  • - She's--she's-- - Hand.

  • Get that dinosaur. It says, "Rawr."

  • - Okay, well, we got you a--

  • we got you a gift because we realized her bed

  • is an issue, so...

  • - Oh. Thank you so much.

  • - So she can-- - Oh, that's awesome.

  • - Thank you so much. That's beautiful.

  • - Climb. - Ah, this is gonna--

  • this is--you may not thank us for this.

- Our next guest learned how to rock climb

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エレンは赤ちゃんのロッククライマーを満たしています (Ellen Meets a Baby Rock Climber)

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    Vivi Lee に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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