A deeper shift

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“For this commitment to happen, a deeper shift in how you view training has to occur. Those who have got there no longer see true weaknesses as painful, necessary evils that must be endured for a while. They find comfort within them. They view them as opportunity. Getting to this place is easier said than done. It comes from focusing more on the improvement, and less on the mastery, the result. Focusing solely on the result is enjoyable, but if you indulge it too much, you kill off the capacity to keep producing good results. When both are in balance, maximum enjoyment and improvement and improvement happens.”

Dave MacLeod, “9 out of 10 climbers make the same mistakes”

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