It’s funny how much of an echo-chamber my news feeds have become. Most of my life I’ve made the conscious decision to integrate myself into one of the smaller sporting communities as climbing and mountaineering are, inadvertently I’ve surrounded myself with some incredibly driven and talented athletes. In this obscure niche community of mountain jockeys, […]Read More We’re Really that SICK?!
There seem to be two types out there… Firstly, either you are COMPLETELY ignorant of the science, cruelty inflicted or the detriment of the environment that the egg, dairy and livestock industry causes OR you know all (or some) of the facts and CHOOSE to ignore it. If you aren’t aware, buckle up for the […]Read More How can you make a difference from NOW on…
There is a dangerous circle that I get into when I train for a project, expedition or race. A self-induced and ego-driven syndrome of “Lazy Training” as I’ve come to understand it, is what anyone would have experienced when they get really passionate about a sport or a demanding goal. Recently, I’ve been pushing to jump […]Read More “LAZY TRAINING SYNDROME”: Time for a Rest
Injuries. Anyone that has gotten deep into a sport can have some sort of understanding to the annoyance of having that niggle turn into something “less-than-productive”. I have a history of damaging myself, not so much with broken bones (touch wood), due to the fact that I’m quite a wuss and largely conservative at putting myself […]Read More Injuries: An inconvenient “Reset” Button