A day of two halves. Tried something new @cambridgebarreworkout - unreal burn and amazing workout! 🔥 Followed by an epic climbing session and awesome problems at a different playground for a change @rainbowrocketcc . 🧗🏽♀️With Hannah my partner in crime 👯♀️💦
I have reached a crossroads in life; I am now wondering if...
I should start making dumbass posts where you have to click below the food to see the whole thing. .
It's the clickbait of Instagram. You know who you are - quit it. You're the equivalent of a Live Laugh Love sticker you have to click on to see.
In unrelated news 🎉 all my new posts 💯💯 will also be typed 🙈🙈 like this 👌👁️👁️
1. Competitions are unique and not repeatable.
2. Somebody, either you as an athlete, your coach or an opponent is always making, consciously or unconsciously, a prediction about the results. This will in turn lead to either satisfaction or dissatisfaction.
3. Competitions usually face consequences.
These 3 factors can create pressure, uncertainty, a chance to fail, anxiety and chocking. However, the good news is that you can learn how to handle these unique facets of a competition and be able to climb as calmly and motivated as during your training!
We will tell you 3 strategies in the next post, so stay tuned. Follow @climbingpsychology for more!
I am certainly not the "oldest hand" when it comes to bouldering, but I feel like powerful climbing on roofs is not as popular anymore as it was back when I started. Sometimes I really enjoy to feel exhausted, pinching and compressing hard and screaming a "zaaach" when I need the extra 10% for the crux. Shoutout to @boulderhaus_darmstadt (Heidelberg) which made me love this style of climbing and @yondere17 having some good blocks in the roof. What kind of climbs do you favour?
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My other yoga practice 🧗♀️ just like presence in any moving meditation when you keep showing up and putting in the work (all day everyday with @aarenergy) things start to shift. Without force, the body and the mind begin to strengthen and move barriers creating space to tap into power and possibility you never knew you had within you.
When I was I child everyone used to tell me the importance of feet but I keep expressing myself in the way I feel, I like most 💪😌❗
No feet boulder at the end of a training in @bouldercityasd .
⚠️ The Triple Muscle Up Challenge ⚠️
Think you can do it?
Try it, post it, tag me, and I'll share it on my story!
P.S. the first grip should be wide, the 2nd one should be shoulders wide and the last one should be where your palms are touching 💪
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Post training camp sends with @nedclimbs and @josh.mennell . Managed to tick this funky v10 Chaos and Disorder after a long time spent figuring out the beta 😅
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In 1988 I took a hike near Saddle Rocks in Joshua Tree with a vague hope that I might find a new route. I ended up finding about 10 pretty cool ones. They are all kind of short (40'-50') but still fun. The "Oyster Bar" routes are sustained on a flat, vertical wall with crisp 1/8-1/4 inch edges. They are kind of heinous and maybe sandbagged, but still very engaging if you're into that sort of thing. The Oyster Bar is also the warmest crag (if the sun is out) I know of in Josh. Across the canyon I found a sweet patina arête (Split Personality, 11d - last photo) and a shady overhang in a grotto (Straight Jacket, 10c). Just across from the Split Personality ledge, down in a 8' wide chimney I found an awesome splitter on chocolate brown rock (Heart of Darkness, 11a - 1st photo). I'm also curious how the bolts are doing if anyone has been on the routes lately.
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