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What happened yesterday?

12 Jan

I believe I had my best ever bouldering session yesterday and I don’t know why.

On Saturday I slogged into Helmet Falls with Eamonn. We were out 18hrs car to car. Sunday morning I felt fatigued but not destroyed and we did a ring workout (which felt very hard). Yesterday I felt as though I still hadn’t recovered from Saturday but really wanted to climb. Despite low expectations I sent every project i had.
Awesome.

I’ve been climbing less, skiing infrequently and training more. I’ve also been playing on gymnastics rings every couple of days for the past couple of weeks.

My training has been varied substantially lately and my body feels great. I think this is due to muscular imbalances rounding out.

Whatever happended yesterday, I like it.

Workout

3×5 #275 Deadlift
3×5 #185 Front Squat
3×5 #185 Bench Press

2 Responses to “What happened yesterday?”

  1. Kate C January 13, 2010 at 13:51 #

    I’m reading “9 out of 10 climbers…” (by Dave MacLeod) right now. He might say that the key sentence above was “Despite low expectations…” Do we climb better when we feel less pressure to perform? Is it easier to try new things and climb outside of our comfort zones when we aren’t worried about failure? I know it’s true for me… some of my best days have been in the worst conditions, when I knew I was going to suck, but went in to climb anyway.

  2. thaczuk January 15, 2010 at 07:34 #

    Thanks Kate. I’ll check out Dave’s book.

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