Submitted By: arno
on Oct 16, 2009
Scheduled on Nov 10, 2009
The Warrior's Way® teaches how to focus attention during the climbing process, especially when youre full of doubt and under stress. By focusing this way you improve your commitment and climb more deliberately.
When and Where:
Monday, November 9th 6-10pm (climbing team only)
Tuesday, November 10th 6-10pm (open to everyone)
Triangle Rock Club
$59 for climbing team members
$69 for gym members
$79 for non-members
Max number: 8 / clinic
LIMITED OPPORTUNITY: This is the only time this year to take advantage of this training.
Youll learn to:
Become aware of your minds limiting tendencies
Use your minds intelligence to do effective risk-assessment
Distinguish between no-fall and yes-fall zones
Make appropriate risk decisions
Practice falling in small increments
Give a cushioned belay
Engage your body to develop flow and momentum
Deal with climbing stress
Improve problem-solving skills
Reduce fear, and more
Content of the class
General: Well do movement exercises on moderate toprope/lead routes, some falling practice, and finish with a challenging route (lead or slack toprope) to apply what weve learned.
First, well develop awareness of our mental chatter.
Next, well do movement exercises to create flow and momentum.
Next, well practice falling.
Next, well learn how to assess risks effectively.
Finally, well apply everything weve learned: doing effective preparation, making appropriate risk decisions, and taking effective action.
Prerequisites for clinic:
Its helpful if youve read the The Rock Warriors Way or Espresso Lessons, but it isnt absolutely necessary. You can email Arno (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a pdf handout to become familiar with the Warriors Way® material.
The clinic seems to be best for those who have hit a plateau, experience frustration, fear, loss of motivation, or other mental fitness issues.
You DO need to know the fundamentals of knots, belaying, and basic climbing skills.
You DO NOT need to be able to lead to take the clinic.
Harness, shoes, belay device, and a helmet (if you want to wear one). The gym usually provides lead ropes and sometimes helmets.