The main point I’d like to make as we wrap up this series of blogs is to reiterate the importance of understanding your motivation and the mindset it creates.
By following the incremental approach outlined here you keep yourself as safe as possible so you can focus on enjoying the process.
What are some small steps you can take to build your falling skills?
Forcing your attention into the present moment so you feel alive sounds great, but it’s a victim’s approach to life and climbing.
Fear is natural. We all experience it. I experience it. And why wouldn’t we experience it?
Falling is a skill you can learn. Do you agree? If so, why?
Falling is as integral to climbing as climbing itself. At the same time, it creates fear that you must address correctly—and you must learn proper falling technique in order to fall safely.
What are some of you keystone habits? It’s interesting how we can focus on doing—exercise and thinking—for improving productivity. However, if we focus on the opposite—sleep and meditation—then we establish a solid foundation which can lead to more productivity.