/ ARTICLE: Hone Your Alpine Psyche by Andy Kirkpatrick
I was emailed by a climber this week asking if I had any ideas on improving mental attitude for alpine climbing, which I guess means “how do you feel less worried about hurting yourself and push your your limit”. So here's a brief run down of ideas on making you feel like Silva Karo!
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Really enjoyed that one, thanks Andy.
Think I'll be a vicarious alpinist.
Great article Andy. I might try training till I puke everyday for a month and see what happens.
Food for thought Andy thanks.
On the kids front, i sorted that one in my head the other day.
"people who don't have kids, don't know what there missing"
"people who do have kids, do know what there missing"
Kind of sums up the perspective from both sides.
I have Kids.
No one could have explained how fantastic it was being a dad before my son was born so I could have happily carried life without kids, but after he was born I now couldn't imagine my life without him in it.
Great article, Andy. Thanks.
Andy Kirkpatrick wrote:
Ah well, that puts my (and I suspect many annual holiday alpininsts') modest achievements and aspirations properly into perspective!!
My wife is expecting our first baby in March and I wondered how this would affect my head....... after reading this article it looks like I'm fu**ed!
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