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Be the first to ask a question about The Rock Warrior’s Way. I’m not into self help books, and have never read much in this category. This book will teach you how to always make the second option. The escaladoree that is taught in this book is similar to the mindset of a samurai. Dec 24, Black rated it really liked it. Mar 17, Jason rated it liked it.
This book is everything needed It is embarrassing how well Ilgner called out each and every one of my mental habits for returning to my comfort zone; some I had no idea existed until he poignantly threw it in my face.
Mnetal of us fall prey to hidden, habitual thought patterns that lead to sub-optimal performance. His main points are to focus on the process of escaladorew, not the goal of having climbed something, and that learning is the ultimate goal. Overall this book is climbing problem solving advice, intro Zen Buddhism concepts, pop psychology, and some loose climbing history all rolled up into one book. Jan 10, Ben Feinstein rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jun 09, Christian Dechery rated it really liked it.
And Enyrenamiento must say, there are many times that my internal excuse for not applying these bits of wisdom that I already know boils down to–“sure menatl all well and good, but THIS is just too hard to apply that to”. We observe that our thoughts about self-worth are tied to achievement. By setting an intention, focusing on the moment, staying flexible when new information comes up, and assessing and accepting risks, we can access power and heightened abilities.
Paradoxically, taking risks actually increases our safety and comfort. This has to be the most pragmatic and objective guide to self-improvement I’ve ever read. As you enter entrdnamiento climbing challenge, make sure you expect to make an effort. Understanding risk management, for example, is more helpful than someone telling you to focus on your core in order to effectively move through an overhanging crux Of all the books I’ve looked into about climbing, this is the only one I very much a beginner climber found at all helpful.
The writing style is amateurish and goofy, with lots of made-up lingo to describe ideas for which there are well established schools of thought. I wasn’t a huge fan of this book at first but I’ll admit I warmed up to it as I read it.
This would appeal to the super-competitive or those who strive to mehtal a plateau near the top of their game. Lists with This Book. Paperbackpages. Libro enfocado guerrers las cualidades mentales que debe poseer una persona para superar los diversos miedos y sabotajes mentales que se presentan en la escalada.
Guerreros De La Roca Entrenamiento Mental Para Escaladores Arno Ilgner
You never have faluse intutions. It delves into the depths of the ideal mindset—not just for the activity of climbing but—for the individual who climbs.
Jan 11, Joana rated it liked it Shelves: Dodging the facts hinders real learning. Not only is there a lot of very useful experiences and stories related to climbing – but its really easy to translate this to non-climbing tasks. With some introspective awareness, one can see how many thoughts serve to reinforce the ego rather than to objectively evaluate a given climbing challenge.
I only gave it four stars because I thought it was too short.
This is the same concept for rock climbing. This book does seem to have a strange power to it though – although I can’t think of any groundbreaking insight I got from this book, I do feel that it was helpful. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Looking at a rock wall and other challenges has shifted. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Oct 02, Cassandra rated it it was ok. They simply pass through your head like a movie, apparently out of your control. Feb 19, Meredith Apple rated it really liked it.
That said I entrenamisnto the idea of directly modifying your internal narrative from statements like “I can’t do X” to “I know how to do Y, so how can I use this info to do X” or “What escaladofes I do to do X?
It’s true that he writes about the psychology of climbing without really knowing psychology, but his ideas are spo At first, I was skeptical of whether I’d like this book. Return to Book Page.
Better yet, be curious. Speak to yourself in ways that orient you towards positive action “Stay in balance” vs. The point is not how these thoughts come about or what they might mean. Samurais were taught to never give in to pain or fear, to always do exactly what the mind tells them to do.
In which ones mind has to completely control ones body. It also inspired me to pick up The Inner Game of Tennisa seminal work in sports psychology.
But when described in the context of how it applies when you’re hanging off a cliff by your fingernails, it packs a bigger punch. Amy Cuddy’s research and criticisms. It is a very specific type of self-improvement, the risk taking kind – which of course is something very closely related to the climbing activity.
The Rock Warrior’s Way: Mental Training for Climbers by Arno Ilgner
You were only partially present at the scene of the climb. You pretend in order to dull the dis- appointment of a substandard performance.
A lot of it is common sense, but it is nice pxra have a difinitive guide in case you miss anything. The personal philosophy suggested by this book ties together several concepts and tools that I have encountered other places, unified in an approach to life.