Getting stuck on a plateau in your climbing can be a frustrating thing. You think you give it all you got on the routes or problems you can do and you feel happy if you make the ascent first go, in a couple of tries or even in a handful of sessions. All this is … Mer Trying hard enough?
Stefan and Petter are starting up ”El Corazon” in Yosemite at 4.00 am sunday west coast time! That’s the plan and they’ve spent the last week preparing by working the hard pitches and hauling supplies up the wall. It’s the third time they move up this wall together and before they’ve managed to free climb … Mer Thoughts on training for a big ascent
Seems I do my very best subconsciously to forget to put mobility training when describing my programming..Needless to say this should be done in every session and is perfect both during the warm up or in the end of the session. I focus mostly on the hips and the shoulders as these tend to be … Mer Picture flashback: mobile hips on ”Häleri” 7A
So, I celebrated my sought after send with a visit to a massage therapist today. I’ve been having headaches and a stiff neck and it seems I’m in need of some extra TLC from myself right now. The treatment proved to me that I do have some issues to attend to; being unbalanced in my … Mer Moving forward; training & screening
It’s a special feeling to send certain projects and this route made me especially satisfied. ”Kosmos Kid” 7c+ at Dyviksudde in Stockholm has been a dream for me and I still remember feeling so weak when I first tried it a couple of years back. I worked on it for a short time back in 2011 … Mer Project sent, on to the next!
Great news from the swedish team Stefan Wulf and Petter Restorp http://petterrestorp.blogspot.se/ that Yosemite National Park has opened up thanks to the temporary settlement between US politicians. From what I’m hearing the boys are heading up to the top of El Capitan today to stash water and they will start climbing up the wall in a … Mer Yosemite is open!