Sunday, 29 June 2008
Thursday, 26 June 2008
Tuesday, 24 June 2008
Monday, 23 June 2008
Friday, 20 June 2008
Thursday, 19 June 2008
Would like to do something more tonight, then two days off, hope to climb on sunday.
Wednesday, 18 June 2008
In the last weeks I had gotten very lazy due to my injury, but now I'm happy to be again obsessed by training. It's good to be addicted: this morning I have this pleasant feeling of stiffness in my muscles, forearms a bit worked, and I feel better overall, both in physical and mental terms.
Monday, 16 June 2008
Thursday, 12 June 2008
Tuesday, 10 June 2008
Now here I am, relaxed at my desk, peacefully working for the usual 10 hours, before going home, having dinner and going to bed to wake up tomorrow and do it all again without having anything to say about that, without complaining.
How come? It's easy, because I'm injured and can't climb or train.
Nothing rushes me.
Where's the funny bit? In the fact that this made me realize how much my life is fueled by climbing. If I can't climb for MY OWN REASONS, I don't care about spending the whole day at work. It's nice to know that I can't stay without climbing because now I can stay without climbing. Heh. Mind tricks. The beast is asleep. The beast will wake up soon. The beast will feed.
Monday, 9 June 2008
Friday, 6 June 2008
Thursday, 5 June 2008
We have to balance ourselves between a hard lock off, a gentle smear, a huge dyno or a stylish drop knee, both in bouldering and life. Power, sadly, is not the only option.
So, thinkink about this I realized that I have to understand deeper what I'm into now. Before unleashing the rage, I have to understand if it's the purest and only line of this problem. If it is, I'll crush this problem, if it's not, I have to find another line, maybe a technical one, to jump on top.
Analyze: why do I hate this job now? Because it permeates every minute of my life. I get up at 7 30, which is not terrible, I know, even if I need lots of sleep to fully recover, but then I get back home at 8 pm. Then I train, which leads to 10 pm at least. Then I have to do all the other things that are part of my life. In just a couple of hours before falling asleep.
So, I have no time for improvisation. Every minute is already booked. I'm always feeling tired. This clearly isn't the purest line. Everything revolvs around time: I have not enough time. Finding the purest line, in this problem, is finding time and using it to its best. So I have to understand how and where I can find time.