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No-Send September Part Two: Fail then Succeed

By Lauren Allain | September 18, 2020 | CrossFit, Fitness, Health, Running

On a flat, paved surface, the average adult takes about 2,000 steps to walk one mile. In a race that spans 268 miles though mountains and varied terrain in the dead of winter in the United Kingdom, that amounts to something like 540,000 steps. And all it takes is one wrong step to take you out of the race. One step out of 540,000 is .000002% of the race, but that’s enough to delete months of training and effort. We’re celebrating Send-It September here at Gnarly, but the less glamorous truth is that in order to send, most of us have to fail first, and sometimes epically fail. We checked in with two Gnarly athletes to discuss what failures they’ve experienced and how those have factored into their wins. Ben Light and Corinna Coffin – both endurance athletes – have taken a wrong step at one point that has changed

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No-Send September Part One: Climbing & Projecting

By Lauren Allain | September 14, 2020 | Climbing, Health, Training

The sweat-drenched summer months are behind us, and we’re in the height of Send-it September. With our fingertips no longer leaving visible sweat marks on the rock, Sendtember is a rock-climber’s paradise. Crisp mornings and evenings with typically dry conditions lead to some epic climbing days, all fueled by the invigorating fall air and a

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Filling the Void with Jasna Hodzic

By Jasna Hodzic | September 10, 2020 | Climbing, Health

The boulder problem was exquisite. Four holds sat arranged in a diamond — a sloper above me, an undercling to my left, a gaston to my right, and a foot below. They beckoned at me, challenging me to find a way through. Intrigued, I hung on the end of the rope and considered the route.

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