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Gabor Szekely on the Slump in Climbing Performance

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Gabor Szekely discusses something we all run into at some point: an unexplained slump in climbing performance.

Every year, as my climbing schedule is pretty demanding, I go through an annual slump. For those of you that don’t know, a slump is a period of time (for me usually lasting a month or two), when my climbing is just not going the way it should. I feel weak, I can’t send things, and therefore lose motivation and feel pathetic every time I go climbing.

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