ROCK CLIMB BRISBANE
Everyone is my teacher. Some I seek. Some I subconsciously attract. Often I learn simply by observing others. Some may be completely unaware I’m learning from them, yet I bow deeply in gratitude. Some of my fondest moments were experienced with people I’d never see again. People who gifted me with knowledge or a feeling and carried on about their way. Have you ever heard the saying a stranger is a friend you’ve never met? You may be surprised how approachable and friendly most people are!
I’ve always been in awe of extreme climbers, reaching new heights, these fearless adventurous spirits seem so carefree. Today I made some new friends! Dan and Matt x2 . These climbers lent me some special shoes and helped me to scale an 18m heritage listed cliff! I unexpectedly conquered a fear with complete strangers and loved it! The best things in life really are free.
Matt 1 let me in on a little secret. If you ever try rock climbing on a natural cliff you’ll naturally want to rely heavily on your arms, but the key is to drive up and lead with your legs. I was really surprised with how comfortable I was after learning this advice.
So I dare you to do something outside your comfort zone, whether it be speaking to a stranger or scaling a cliff face – break the cycle – stray from the norm. And if it is climbing always do it with a spotter!
Thank you @adrenalineshots for capturing this moment. Wearing @runstopshop http://www.runstopshop.com.au/