My first visit ever to Hylteberget today was spent in the good company of Viktor and William; two motivated boys with a good attitude on climbing and life in general. I see some of myself in them looking back ten years when I just started moving up the rock; the giddy curiosity for the … Mer The boys focused on ”Ben Hur”
Finally the weather and my level of comfort has been more optional for starting redpointing ”Odon” 8a at Skälefjäll. I got up pitch no 1 without even feeling any strain, which is as it should be since it’s the easiest part of the route, but also a beautiful line alone. After taking a proper rest at … Mer ”Odon” update
About a year ago I had just realized that I suffered the symtoms of overtraining. I had a chronic sore throat, returning fevers and felt constantly tired for more than eight months but still kept training crossfit with a schedule of 3:1 (three days on, one day off) at the same time as I kept … Mer In the wake of overtraining: what have I learned?
Tölt och tanke is my new blog on my life with horses, since it takes up just as much of my time as climbing I have also just as many fine pictures and thoughts on training with these lovely animals and the life surrounding them as I have on climbing and training for climbing. The … Mer For all you horse lovers..
Once again the beautiful Hippopotamus caught my attention, here with Walker giving a good effort to embrace it to its fullest. Is bouldering out of season now, or is there still time to send one or two projects? My gut tells me rope is definitely the way to go now, but I suspect some will … Mer Walker hugging a hippo
The weather has been bad for the crag for some time and I regret not giving my project route a real effort before the rain came along and broke the friction-spell..! But at least there’s more time to train hard and work my physical and technical weak points in the gym. This last month I’ve … Mer Rain brings good training days