Bouldering season is starting soon here in the PNW! So it's time to start training, and get those climbing specific workouts onto your schedule. BUT don't forget about injury prevention! A climber without injury is more likely to send than those with 👍. #getpsyched
Trapp Rock you sure are not aesthetically pleasing to the eye but I'm grateful to have you in my backyard. Have all the moves linked up to this point and can stick the next move for 3-4 seconds before falling off this v8. Forever exhausted but always pushing my bodies limits.
Lesson 21: Leave it all out on the field (any aspect of your life). Don't leave or let the time past you by thinking you could have tried more.
Reach higher. Push yourself. Relax. Be professional. Climb harder. Go somewhere new. Be amazing. Chill. Chill harder. Man these rest days get my mind all wound up. But fortunately I have pictures to look back on, like this one of Moose on Trad Wall out in Cochise. Maybe I’ll go for a run. Jeese, I’ll never gain weight... 😄 #gearcooper
“Il Cubo” (Italian for “the cube”) is a rather unknown big area of boulders in the woods at the bottom of the valley, right off a village called Arnad. We had no topos so had to randomly choose what to get on. Most problems are sandbags anyway 😁
Had the time to warm up and pick a couple projects before it got too chilly, then we just went off to bouldering indoors instead 🤪
UNBELIEVABLE ! After so many years climbing in the forest of Fontainebleau I finally sent my first 8a here 🎉 Standing on the top of "Les Beaux Quartiers" was one of the best feeling I ever had. Cherry on the cake: I made an other "Super Prestat" at the end of the day.