[☆ Espresso Lessons: [From the Rock Warrior's Way] || ↠ PDF Read by ↠ Arno Ilgner] #2020


  • Title: Espresso Lessons: [From the Rock Warrior's Way]
  • Author: Arno Ilgner
  • ISBN: 9780974011233
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Espresso Lessons: [From the Rock Warrior's Way] By Arno Ilgner Rock Warrior s Way Mental Training for Climbers has been a consistently good seller since its publication in 2003 Espresso Lessons takes the material into practical climbing situations it is the how to application of The Rock Warrior s Way intended to build upon and complement it The most challenging moment in rock climbing is when your mind doubts whether or not yoRock Warrior s Way Mental Training for Climbers has been a consistently good seller since its publication in 2003 Espresso Lessons takes the material into practical climbing situations it is the how to application of The Rock Warrior s Way intended to build upon and complement it The most challenging moment in rock climbing is when your mind doubts whether or not you can continue climbing, knowing when it is appropriate to push through this doubt and when to back off is critical for taking appropriate risks
    Arno Ilgner
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    Espresso Lessons: [From the Rock Warrior's Way] By Arno Ilgner

    Commentaires:

    maren topham
    Valuable information This book is well worth the time and money to read It has great insights into the limiting tendency our minds create, and how to overcome those thought process I love the practice clinics at the end of the book.

    James Fountain
    Great look into the meta of climbingThe is a great breakdown of managing the psychological stressors inherent to climbing This book should be on every climber s to read list.

    Todd
    An excellent psychology for climbers book Worthwhile

    Alex Strick van Linschoten
    Things you don t think about when you re climbing Arno Ilgner has been working and writing about fear, technique and falling in climbing for years This book is a distillation of some key insights he s had I imagine this is a book I ll be returning to as I progress in the sport, but for a beginner there were some really useful parts The key section for me was the one on falling, and on different ways of approaching this reality that confronts everyone, no matter what variety of climbing you re do [...]

    Kiri
    This is probably the best book on the mental game of rock climbing that I ve ever read not that there are so many of those, after all But it condenses the material in the author s other book and expands on it, and certainly delves deeper into the mental game than The Self Coached Climber does, although that book is a superb manual for physical training.After finishing this I am determined to put his practices to use I am determined to practice falling and to change the way I respond to it That a [...]

    Mr. Godfrey
    One of two really necessary books on rock climbing training At least for me If fear is a big limiting factor in your climbing, the lessons in this book will give you a path to dealing with it in a reasoned way To be fair, the most valuable section of the book is the back I pretty much skipped all the spiritual hullabaloo at the beginning As an ex Zen monk, I find I have very little patience for this sort of thing That said, the exercises he describes are extremely helpful.

    Leah
    Seems like a decent book for beginner leaders But I felt like the whole book could be condensed into about 10 pages of useful information And the anagrams drove me crazy Good basic principles for leading.

    Chris Schaefer
    This is a great book I always find myself pulling off the shelf It goes over each mental hurdle you might come across while lead climbing and breaks them down into manageable parts I would recommend this to anyone looking to build mental grit while being on the sharp end.

    Tomek
    Although better than Rock Warrior s Way less hand waving, specific training methods , it still is about 60 pages too long The whole beginning of the book is largely fluff in my opinion His exercises for falling, however, are excellent.

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      Published :2019-08-09T20:18:55+00:00