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The Time After the Trip - Markus Eder

 
The Time After the Trip - Markus Eder
The Time After the Trip - Markus Eder
The Time After the Trip - Markus Eder
 
November 12, 2012 -  Markus Eder    
 

Beeing on a trip is wonderful - coming home is another thing...

It’s always the same, after being abroad for a longer time - motivation for climbing at home is low. The routes are not steep enough, the holds are too small or the climbing is too technical – a reason can be found easily.

Making a break from climbing was no option for me but combined with pain in the pulley and the circumstance that I had to reorganize my life beneath climbing after such a long climbing trip demanded a time of less climbing than normal.

Joining the sport again and perform is hard but due to the best autumn condition you can imagine and lots of new routes brought back the psyche quickly. Making first ascents, bolting new routes and sending old projects – this was the program which beautified my time. Now the body is fully recovered and it’s time to focus just on one route – it’s super hard but it’s worth to keep all the effort in this line!

 
 
 

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