One of the most unique and stunning lines I’ve ever had the pleasure to climb.
Warm up, send (hopefully!), create new problems, warm down. It’s a solid solo training routine that works for me.
Here, sticking a move on one of my “next-time” problems. I’m looking forward to trying it again after some much-needed rest.
This indoor bouldering workout left me feeling pretty (okay, very) sore and tired, but it was so fun while it lasted. A couple days later, I still feel psyched about it and am looking forward to the next one (tomorrow?).
One of the best ways to make sure you’ll stay active and fit is to find a type of exercise that you will personally commit to over the long term. This might mean trying something (or some things!) new, signing up for a class, finding an exercise buddy, or hiring a personal trainer.
If you can find a form of physical exertion that you actually enjoy, so much the better. You’ll come to look forward to it, as I do — or at the very least, you’ll look forward to how awesome you feel post-exercise, even if your workout leaves you worked and sore.
For more on this, check out Why endorphins (and exercise) make you happy.