Adam’s Roof – First Ascent Report: Mike Kimmel
August 22, 2016

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If Things Were Perfect | Paul Morley
July 25, 2016

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When it All Goes Wrong | Peter Erard
July 18, 2016

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Portland Boulder Rally 2015 | Dustin Glasner
November 6, 2015

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Lisa Chulich | Transition from Training to Comps
October 9, 2015

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Relativity of Risks - Climbing in Guatemala | Mike Kimmel
September 23, 2015

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Paul Morley: Lessons Part IV, Confidence
July 8, 2015

“The strongest factor for success is self-esteem: believing you can do it, believing you deserve it, and believing you will get it.” - Unknown. I draw a circuit on the board and through analysis ask my class for the electrical current through a resistor (think lightbulb).

Paul Morley: Lessons Part III, Climb & Process
June 25, 2015

When I was immersed in my undergraduate studies, I was a B student. I got plenty of A’s but I also made a number of C’s. I remember asking a friend of mine who seemed to glide through classes how he did so well. He replied to me that for him, he simply focuses on learning the material. The grade was just a result.

Mike Kimmel: Improvement From Injury
June 24, 2015

“Injury” might be the most hated word in rock climbing. However, it is also one of the truths of taking any athletic pursuit seriously; if you spend a significant portion of your life climbing, is it likely that you will, at some point, have to endure a climbing injury.

Paul Morley: Lessons Part II, Fear
June 23, 2015

The first time I related my climbing experiences to my students was for the more horrifying time during a students careers, and one that never seems to get easier: the fear of the test. Many times before I administer an exam, I quote Frank Herbert’s classic Dune. “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.” – Frank Herbert.



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