Don't Be a Fan
Don't let the best in the world intimidate you. It's as simple as that.
The Training Camp Effect
Leaving your comfort zone is not an easy task, but if you can manage it, there are great gains to be had.
For the longest time, I thought my best chance of getting really good at climbing was to specialize, and train
Man and Machine
As an athlete, you’re constantly iterating on your training. Five years ago, my training was child’s play, at
You Have to Suffer
I’ve spent a lot of time over the years, thinking about what it means to be a professional athlete.
The One Hit Wonder
In all my years of competing, I’ve come to an absolute conclusion: anyone can win a competition. Whether it’
I started meditating because I wanted to be a better athlete. While that motivation is still present, meditation practice and
Training on the 25th
Christmas day is a pretty major holiday. Most people get the day off work, there’s a good two, even
High Quality High Fives
Anyone who knows me knows I’m a competition climber. I have little business being outside, but recently I thought
The Question of Passion
People often question whether I enjoy training. After all, training takes up the majority of my athletic life. If you