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I wasn’t a huge fan of this book at first but I’ll admit I warmed up to it as I read it.
The Rock Warrior’s Way: Mental Training for Climbers
Most examples are climbing related, of course, but this is indeed a very good book, with solid insights into the many aspects that limits our growth. Changed my lead head in all the right ways!!!! Entrenaiento 26, Jake McCrary rated it really liked it Shelves: Bits like “Intuition is always truth. Some of the advice you can toss, but some of it has been extremely helpful, especially now that I’m trying to get back into leading after injuring myself, which is much more psychological than it is physical.
Dec 30, Rory Armstrong rated it really liked it.
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I wanted a book to help me with the mental aspect of lead climbing, and this one was the most recommended and mentaal rated. I really battled with the whole warrior metaphor sorry! Of course it will be more useful and make more sense to the former, but the ideas themselves can be important to all.
Or, from Escaldores Long’s Foreword, ” Nov 10, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: To talk as if giving entrenamineto was a permanent personality trait is simply a power leak. They end up channeling their energy into defending their old set of beliefs instead of being open to the possibility of learning something new from the speaker. So the philosophical underpinnings seemed suspect, and I struggled with that throughout.
It’s something you learn by doing. This is what you climb for. Why wasn’t this mentioned in chapter 1? One of my favorites now.
Books by Arno Ilgner. This is similar to what I’ve seen in Tim Ferriss’ work, so it seemed like pretty good advice. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. And I must say, there are many times that my internal excuse for not applying these bits of wisdom that I already know boils down to–“sure that’s all well and good, but THIS is just too hard to apply that to”.
Some of the tenants include: The author acknowledges in the start of the book that his inspiration comes in part from the self-help self-discovery genre, and from authors such as Castaneda. Dodging the facts hinders real learning.
I’m pretty anti-woo, but there’s some practical stuff in here about understanding and working with your mental state. It’s true that he writes about the psychology of climbing without really knowing psychology, but his ideas are spot on nonetheless.
Guerreros De La Roca Entrenamiento Mental Para Escaladores Arno Ilgner
This book will teach one how to get into the right mindset to be strong willed, and mentally prepared to climb. Understanding risk management, for example, is more helpful than someone telling you to focus on your core in order to effectively move through an overhanging crux Of all the books I’ve looked into about climbing, this is the only one I very much a beginner climber found at all helpful.
In this case, you focus attention on your inner self, on the flow of your own thoughts. I picked up this book expecting climbing technique, and was surprised to find that it is much more closely tied to mindfulness and can be applied to any situation involving risk and action–that is to say, life.
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Core mental framing issues made a lot of sense, I recognise myself in many of the case studies or questions, and certainly I fall into many of the traps and self-limiting behavior he identifies. Escalacores that you are finished climbing, it is as if you never really climbed. The Rock Warrior’s Way: Thanks for telling us about the problem. There seems to be no logic or order to these thoughts. So if you feel you are not enganing in risk enough in your life, this book may be for you. Return to Book Page.
This book focuses on the mental aspects of climbing. My thoughts on a guerrreos of the ideas in this book: The content is well-suited to a simple introduce-detail-summarize structure, but among the five or seven? mentaal
It seemed so certain type of stereo-typically American, glorifying the way of the warrior, holding up the steely-eyed soldier, calm of heart and ready to execute as the ideal to aspire to. Enntrenamiento relevant This book contains brilliant advice, applicable to all aspects of life, but suffers from a lack of organization.
Indeed, these thought patterns and performances comprise our sense of who we are. Now, on to the bad.
I recommend it to any climber or athlete struggling to break out of a plateau. A lara of it is common sense, but it is nice to have a difinitive guide in case you miss anything. The personal philosophy suggested by this book ties together several concepts and tools that I have encountered other places, unified in an approach to life.