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Tijana-Amat

BETWEeN THE lines

It's a common misconception that mental training addresses only fear of falling.

Fear is only one of the ways we respond to stress and climbing is undoubtedly a very stressful activity. Being physically or mentally demanding, we ask so much of ourselves. In this process, between love for climbing, passion and desire to progress, things can get complicated.

With the help of mental training, we can learn better to recognize how we tend to respond to stress, which emotions certain situations awake... how our attention is the best superpower we have.

If you have a hunch you've been lingering in your comfort zone for way too long, but you don't know what is stopping you to get out there and try harder...

If you feel like that first spark of love and joy for climbing is fading away...

If you are tired from being afraid of being afraid...

If you keep catching yourself saying, "But I should be able to do this"...

If your happiness is tied to comparisons with others...

It all makes sense.

And

There is still a way to keep on rocking!

Better and harder than ever.

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