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Topic - UKC Fit Club Week 345

mbh - on 27 Oct 2013
UKC Fit Club is not a substitute for the training diary but to use with (or without) it as a motiva UKC Fit Club is not a substitute for the training diary but to use with (or with tional tool for all.

For those wanting to find out more about training for climbing a number of physical training articles here:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=564587&v=1

A new thread is posted each week on Sunday for anyone to jot down their previous week's activity, noting goals, successes and failures and to swap ideas.

Anyone interested in starting is very welcome but you should aim to post each week, every week, however little or much you have done. By making such a regular public record of your activities and by restating your goals every week this new habit will hopefully improve your training habits to help achieve your goals whatever the level of your chosen activity.

Link to last week's (344) thread:
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=566613&v=1

The week just gone was the week of Other Stuff:

AJM - got engaged. Other stuff, indeed! Had a really good go at Low Blow and now has Chulilla to look forward to.
biscuit - is falling, failing and running. Things looking up and indoors is the place to be, but don't anyone tell grubes that he said that, please.
Eagle River - was lurgified, despite my ban on lurgy. Very naughty. Must do better.
needkraken - is crazy busy with rehearsals and other stuff but still manages two sessions. Well done you.
Nick Russell - typically talks down yet another achievement - a 7b RP - super stuff.
mbh - not such a great week, but still got some running in.Thanks ppg, Thickhead and The Fox for helpful suggestions.
Si dH - fighting hard on those E2s and E3s. Good effort.
Thickhead - still keeping up the pace almost every day, and a good 5k time.
kevster - did actually make it to the wall, so at least one mark for intent. What is the 18 hour rule? And, er, how does 20 ft swell with 18s period expected today around these parts sound to you?
Joughton - 3 walls in a week and gets his priorities right. I keep thinking of that line from Saladin's No2 in the Kingdom of Heaven. - applies to you, I think.
Luke Owens - is off to Font and training like a demon.
Mark Torrance - keeping up 50 mpw. Why do they all want a drink after 5k, I wonder?
JimmyKay - 19:05 is getting very close to 18:50. Go for it, Jimmy and watch out for Luke at font.
IainRUK - great to hear that the pain has gone and you have felt able to get back to normal (that is, your normal) Jasmund sound's nice.
grubes - that was a good go at ticking last week's goals. Shame about the clag, but you tried.
pork pie girl - still learning, finds BB to her taste, and Baboo Baboo too, which will surely yield to these efforts before long. That's quite a story for the week, although I lost the plot when Aunt Mary appeared.
Sankey - another one with other stuff going on., but stil gets in one session after work, including a flash.
Nomics4sale - flashes a 7a. I didn't think they were easy? Twice inside, once outside and the FRA relays too. Good going.
Tru - really focussed on Rubicon. Big gains on the beast.
Exile - a meatloaf line of a year for you, so far, which you may yet spoil. Which project will you go for?
maria85 - of to the Fit Club infirmary with you, and please pick up Eagle River on the way from the Fit Club Naughty Corner. Say it was a clerical error, or something. Won't happen again.
Dandan82 - Hi, come on in. Good luck with the 8a goal.
annak - good news about the foot. Our memory of pain is very short, is it not?
Garrouli - 3 sessions despite the blues, and plenty of goals to provide focus. Sounds good.
Ally Smith - Gets stat of the week award - 23 ticks from 7a to 8a+ on your trip. Check out Red River Gorge, everyone.
mattrm - DIY still to the fore, impressively to those who get bored after a couple of brush strokes. A 10 k looms.
Ali - working late, running into work, at the wall and orienteering the long route. Pretty good.
stevemarkperry - 3 sessions, but niggly shoulder won't pipe down.
Jimbo W - Hi - sounds familiar - a few replies for you that seem very sensible. Hope they help, and good luck.
mrchewy - So long, don't let work drive you under, and come back when you can.

I think that's everyone....hopefully.

Amongst the notable achievements, lots of other stuff going on this week, as we find that life changing decisions, homework, work, job interviews and family all take their slice of our time and energy. If you are in that place, then hopefully it helps to see that others are too, who maybe get round or think about these pressures in ways that could work for you.

Could I pass this on now to others, until the new year?
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