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The last month has been very crucial for my elbow. I had three weeks of training and one week off. I could understand my  injury much better than in the past and I still have a lot to learn about this recovery process. Elbow injury is very weird: most of the time it is frustrating, while other times it gives you motivation to keep improving and heal. I tried to analyze all the details while I was training, by seeing what is okay doing and what feels dangerous. With a consistent routine of specific elbow excercises and ice, I could work on some skills and not be bothered. The sort of things I can do now is actually limited, but it's certaintly better than nothing. For example I can't do pull ups or rock climbing, but I feel safe climbing at the gym or hanging on some crimps. Looking at the positive sides seems to be the good way to recover! 😀 Let's see what November can bring! #bouldering #training #recovery @lasportivagram @flathold @adidasoutdoor #livewithoutlimits
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I have been thinking about this prow since the first day of the trip, when Stuart carried me around Quantum field, one of the old school sector of the basin. The stunning prow is very visibile, logical and tall with a beautiful and smooth limestone on both sides. I quickly realized it was going to be one of those lines that only counts the holds you really need. I knew the game would have been fun and very technical as for the most part of the other lines in the area. The tall and slopy top out made the whole experience even tougher for me. Every single attempt has been enjoyable, every failure built a solid progress where just a little detail could make a big difference. Yesterday was one of those good moment where all the beauties of bouldering come together in a single, perfect and unforgettable flow. "Biotronic" is the name! @adidasoutdoor @flathold @lasportivagram #bouldering #rockclimbing #livewithoutlimits
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Weird to say, but months ago I revisited a boulder with bolts. I have always kept away from sport climbing and ropes; but last December I checked this wonderful arete, bolted by a friend of mine back in 2009. I first looked for a bouldering way, but I couldn't see myself climbing on such a tall wall. Maybe for someone, not for me. I hence dropped down, cleaning the holds and miming the hard moves. For the first time, I opted to make an exception and I somehow didn't reject the idea of a sport ascent. For me, climbing with rope and bolts feels definitively frustrating. I can't feel totally free and I somehow can't not express the climbing as it should be according to my vision. Due to the very high quality of the route, I anyway feel to make an exception and give me a chance. Last Saturday, I made my first attempts from the bottom, trying to get a decent mood with rope climbing. Feelings are now a quarrel of love and hate at the same time. I don't know how much longer this precarious balance can keep me excited. Until it goes, I will try to follow it. #bouldering #rockclimbing #climbing_pictures_of_instagram #escalade #outdoors
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