chriss wrote:On a sub note training that dose not motivate is not worth doing, training should always have an aspect of fun or motivate you towards your goals.
chriss wrote:I'm no fighter & NOT looking for an argument with anyone, but I seems to be getting alot of bad feedback. I don't know if it's because i'm new to the forum, from the UK or whatever, but please give me half a chance. As a new vegan, but long term climber I thought a discussion on climbing training would be a good fun & I might learn some thing. My advice has been washed over or dismissed as rubbish. Not wanting to end on a down note thanks to all that have been possitive & freindly.
On a sub note training that dose not motivate is not worth doing, training should always have an aspect of fun or motivate you towards your goals.
remixrobot wrote:Then it is all about getting lost in the dark and rapelling.
chriss wrote:Chocolate cake & beer are the answer to all problems too.
Frostfire wrote:Hum, that bit about only climbing when we can and weather allows sounds like me - I'm such a fair-weather climber !
Gelert wrote:Any opinions on whether spending £100 on a bumper bag of holds and weapons grade plywood is a stupid idea or not?
The Duke wrote:Gelert wrote:Climbing in Britain teaches you either to retreat into the warmth of indoor climbing or to brave rain, hail, snow and strong winds.
And it's even worse in the Winter.
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