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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

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Mental Blocks;Tips to redpoint an elusive project
davis
8/01/2014
8:36:13 PM
'I should have climbed it last time or even the 5 times before'
Has this happened to you? Here is a link to an article to help you send!

http://moredaysoff.wordpress.com/
duglash
12/01/2014
10:00:11 PM
"I will be fitter, slimmer, stronger, be able to ride my bike faster, hike longer, climb harder, be healthier, feel younger and have more energy."
climberman
12/01/2014
10:24:03 PM
On 12/01/2014 duglash wrote:
>"I will be fitter, slimmer, stronger, be able to ride my bike faster, hike
>longer, climb harder, be healthier, feel younger and have more energy."

I never really picked you as a new year's resolution man, dug.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
13/01/2014
4:39:30 PM
On 12/01/2014 climberman wrote:
>I never really picked you as a new year's resolution man, dug.

If he gets any slimmer and stronger, there will be nothing left of the waif...
...& as for feeling younger and having more energy for elusive projects, then if we are talking sex (before or after climbing), it seems that simey is the gotomanforsecrets*onthat!
Heh, heh, heh.


(*Apparently passed on from John Ewbank himself!!!)

Eduardo Slabofvic
14/01/2014
9:37:08 AM
They lost me at point 4
kieranl
14/01/2014
11:16:02 AM
Elusive projects are a new one to me. I have occasionally been known to walk in circles but generally I have no problem finding my projects and have never known one to move or hide from me.
davis
20/01/2014
9:28:04 PM
Point 4 refers to the state of mind. Where the climber has tried a route numerous times and thinks they are fit enough, can do all the moves, but just does not actually give the moves full effort, full muscle contraction, or really give full power! YOU MUST TRY.

sbm
20/01/2014
11:16:54 PM
On 14/01/2014 kieranl wrote:
>Elusive projects are a new one to me. I have occasionally been known to
>walk in circles but generally I have no problem finding my projects and
>have never known one to move or hide from me.

I dunno, I swear extra wrong turns appear in approaches just to lead me astray on later visits to the same crag.
dan_b
20/01/2014
11:37:47 PM
It took me four days to get to Van Diemens Land the first time

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