And a much more serious article which is making a similar point:https://www.chronicle.com/article/Why-You-Should-Ignore-All-That/248366This is a traumatic and incredible stressful event that we're all going through here. Loading on extra pressure to be at maximum psyche and crushing our training all the time seems ... unhelpful.I'm all for training as a way to keep moving, not go totally stir-crazy, avoid losing too much climbing strength, give me some structure to my day and some small goals I have a lot of control over.But yeah, we can probably afford to be kinder to ourselves.
At home with an 18 month old and 7 year old, although wonderful seriously depletes energy. Oh and Chris you can have training falls... I pinged of my board and landed on my fan!1st world problems I know 🙂
I'm...struggling for fingerboard motivation...
I migtt even get some shorter shorts.
I'm with luke, struggling for fingerboard motivation when no idea when I'll be able to use it. I'm usually pretty good at motivating myself for that. Did a good 2 months of only home training when I did my meniscus in, but there was always an end in sight there. I think I've officially turned into a runner now. I migtt even get some shorter shorts.
I am doing way more than i have in years.
I'm applying the Dunne "train heavy climb light" principle.
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