Happy Monday – This week I was able to add some volumes and holds to the barn wall. Not ready to start setting routes but overall a great way to start building some endurance. Advertisements
Well it’s certainly been a process but I am finally able to start training in the barn. Last night I added the rings, power grips, and moved in all the heavy stuff like clubs & kettle bells. Now it’s time to get some rocks on the wall and pick an objective. Stay in. Stay safe.
What is the Pain Cave? For many of us this may sound like some terrible scene from a movie. But any endurance athlete will tell you that it is instead a dark place that we all inevitable end up in at some point in our races, climbs, paddles or training. For me the pain caveContinue reading “The start of the home gym. Fighting through the endurance “pain cave” through training.”
Hi everyone. It has been a very long time since I last posted. And while I don’t want to make excuses, since my last post things have been pretty hectic but awesome. I have taken on a new job and have been lucky enough to move to the Eastern Shore of Maryland. While I oftenContinue reading “Update”
I distinctly remember the first time I saw the high peaks of New York’s Adirondack Mountains. As we drove NW on route 73 I remember being in complete awe with the sheer amount of exposed, steep, and seemingly endless peaks. A few months later I got the chance to climb one and I was instantlyContinue reading “Great Range Traverse June 2019”