Heading to Red Rocks in Vegas in March. I have my eyes on Innocent Exile (V10) and Americana Exotica (V10) hopefully with all the training I put down my first double digit boulder. Ever since I started climbing I wanted to climb V15 and be sponsored the whole works you know, but as time progressed and being a full time college student and holding down three jobs to support myself I am very happy with just having fun with the sport. Climbing to me hasn’t just been a sport I enjoy, it was my lifeline. It dug me out of dark times and the lowest of my lows. My parents never took away my climbing no matter how much trouble I got in no matter what. I am so thankful for that with that being said I am thinking about starting a YouTube channel called _______ haven’t thought of it yet but it would be geared towards the average climber with jobs and other duties but how to maintain being a strong climber. When I was growing up in the sport I lived in a small town with a small bouldering wall. I had to find other means of training. I used to traverse my trees in my backyard and would put griptape on the limbs to only grip the underside of the branch or I would hang on a pull up bar and put a trashcan barely out of reach and use my feet to pull it in. I want the channel to show you can train anywhere and you don’t need fancy equipment to climb hard. What do you think?
Also shoutout to my mom and dad for driving me all over the place and sacrificing so much so I could develop such a strong love for this sport.