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Put Down the Sugar Cookie and Try This Smoothie Instead

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By Taylor Carr, MS, ISSN-SNS, PN1   Did I get you? I’m sorry, but there is no smoothie out there that can take the place of the first bite of a warm holiday cookie. And not the kind filled with black beans, Stevia, or kale that make you think you’re making the “right” choice. The…

The Attachment to Desire

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By Chrissy Vadovszki In the game of rock climbing, it’s easy to have many desires. And as a dedicated climber myself, like most taking the time to read this, I desire to perform well and eventually send all my projects. I desire to stay healthy and avoid injury or setbacks. I desire to have amazing…

“May I Have Your Attention Please…”

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Mindset training: how to engage your attention for better climbing By Josie McKee What is mindset training? Simply put, mindset training for climbers enhances the ability to engage attention on climbing movement. Our mindset is a set of beliefs, which inform the perceptions of self and surroundings. How we view ourselves as climbers, how we…

Bah Humbug to Your Holiday Food Restrictions

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By Taylor Carr, MS, ISSN-SNS, PN1   It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Time for family to gather together and give thanks. Time to put up the Christmas tree or light the menorah. And, of course, time to bake those delicious holiday treats! As a nutritionist, this time of year brings a lot…

Climbing is Suffering

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By Chrissy Vadovszki The First Noble Truth in Buddhism states that there is suffering. Life is impermanent and fragile. Nothing will last. We will lose it all. We care about and grasp onto much of what will ultimately change. In addition, life and climbing are full of injury, aging, sickness, losing loved ones and death….

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