Competition

Competition climbing is what i spend most of time with; whether preparing, traveling, or actually competing.  To read more about this journey…

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Climbing

I love climbing.  When I’m outside climbing, I have this sense of peace that allows me to be in the moment.  I’m able to try hard, have fun, and just “be”.  

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Facing a Giant

 

 

 

 

Photos by Jon Glassberg/Louder than 11/#lt11

In any case, big vs small, strong vs weak, fast vs slow, the outcome is generally inevitable or even predictable: the favored stands the tallest, the impossible remains unreachable, and the Giant crushes the frail.  Pretty standard.

When something puts you into a vulnerable state, when […]

“…REGULAR PRACTICE SIMPLY ISN’T ENOUGH. TO IMPROVE, WE HAVE TO BE CONSTANTLY PUSHING OURSELVES BEYOND WHERE WE THINK OUR LIMITS LIE AND THEN PAY ATTENTION TO HOW AND WHY WE FAIL.”
-BY JOSHUA FOER

In Motion

Our time in Sochi, at the 2014 Olympics–demonstrating Ice Climbing.
Some of the best Ice climbers from around the world were invited to climb the white cliffs of Dover, on the Isle of White, England. It was one of the wildest things I’ve ever done/climbed.
After spending countless hours in this gigantic cave, I finally finished bolting and cleaning the “Storm Giant”.  Come this winter, 2015/16, every bit of effort will be thrown at trying to send this monster.
This video shows a little insight to my training, climbing, and overall what certain aspects of life look like.

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