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Edward Woodley Bowling was apparently a rector at the Church of All Saints in Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire, England in the late 1800's, this poem is taken from Sagittulae, Random Verses. In this book's introduction he writes "The general reader will probably think that some apology is due to him from me for publishing verses of so crude and trivial a character. I can only say that the smallest of bows should sometimes be unstrung, and that if my little arrows are flimsy and light they wil ...
 
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Lynn and Hazel talk about Lynn's climbing career and what she has learnt along the way. They hit these topics among others: how she started, nature and nurture question when it comes to talent and passion, is there an ‘adventure gene’, climbing as a male dominated sport - especially when she started, taking responsibility for our climbing experienc…
 
Periods. A bloody nuisance or bloody brilliant?? This episode is a conversation with academic Natalie Brown about her research and work in the field of the female athlete and the menstrual cycle with a focus on education and communication around these issues. I (Mina) first met Natalie when I participated in some athlete interviews she conducted ab…
 
In this episode Hazel and Arno Ilgner geek out about Mental Training. They talk about lots of things including: fear of failure, fear of falling, awareness, mindfulness, following your passion is, process versus outcome, trusting the process, goal seeking, attention, connection, positive psychology, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, motivation, beliefs,…
 
Tom Herbert aka @usefulcoach is a performance coach and nutritionist who specialises in working with climbers. Tom is quite the character; a creative, enthusiastic and knowledgeable person who has really set his mind to helping and supporting the people he works with however he can. He’s also passionate about doing it the right way, creating and nu…
 
Hazel speaks with Trev about racism. She’s known Trev all her life but they’ve never really spoken like this about racism. It is eye opening to sit down with Trev and hear all the personal stories one needs to hear to be convinced or reminded that racism is still a thing. Trev has climbed for 35 years all over the world and has taught climbing for …
 
Anoushé Husain is a civil servant and paraclimber in the UK and a champion for all those experiencing barriers and self-limiting beliefs. Born missing her right arm below the elbow, living with multiple health conditions, a cancer survivor, a Muslim and coming from an ethnic minority, Anoushé has never let what society or culture thinks she should …
 
What makes a good film or documentary? Is it seeing someone’s personal journey or their character depicted with authenticity; a sense of real-ness or honesty? Or is it the wild landscapes and the sense of adventure that you can vicariously indulge in through the film maker’s lens? Is it a simple story to follow, to learn a lesson from or find meani…
 
Hazel talks to Emma Wood about the mind in climbing. Emma is a cognitive hypnotherapist based in Sheffield, UK. Find her website here. They talk about a lot of things including: fear of falling, fear of failing, coaching, what is cognitive hypnotherapy, therapist/coach relationship, social validation, emotions, meditation. Support our podcast here…
 
This episode is a conversation between Mina and Dr Stacy Sims. Stacy is a Senior Research Scientist at the University of Waikato in New Zealand where she specialises in exercise physiology and human performance, specifically looking at sex differences in training and nutrition.Stacy really stands behind a motto of #womenarenotsmallmen and she is ac…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Jake Rogers (@guilty_of_treeson). We go in-depth into his backstory, his current role as superintendent at East Side Tree Works, where the name Guilty of Treeson came from, his thoughts on social media and Youtube, training new recruits, people skills vs. tree work skills, close calls, and much, much more. Follow Gui…
 
In this episode Hazel speaks with Sky Yardeni about grief. Sky is a therapist and social change maker, originally from Israel but is based in Santa Fe, NM. He is currently the Therapeutic Director of the Climbing Grief Fund with the American Alpine Club. https://americanalpineclub.org/grieffund They talk about his work with the Grief Fund, his own …
 
In this episode Mina talks to Charlotte Gibbs who is a runner and ultra endurance athlete. She was the winner and course record holder at the Beacons 50 mile race in 2018, and has taken part in Skyrunning races in the UK and Europe. After suffering with stress fractures and amenorrhea, she was diagnosed with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport at t…
 
In this episode of Small Business Stories on the Educated Climber Podcast, I am joined by @troytreeguy, Rob Hogg. We discuss his backstory, early mentors, adventures running a small business in this trade, close calls, advice for young people getting into tree work, as well as much, much more. I know you guys are going to get a lot of value out of …
 
Hazel speaks with Iranian climber Nasim Eshqi. If you’re a climber in the West you may have imagined that your experiences and opportunities might be different if you’d grown up, and become a climber, in Iran. Especially if you’re a woman. Or you may not have thought about it at all. Whatever your preconceptions about Iran, Iranian culture, gender …
 
In this episode Mina talks to Prerna Dangi, a Dehli based climber. Prerna mixes her climbing time between bouldering, trad climbing, ice climbing and alpinism - she has a taste for everything about the mountains. We talk about her experiences getting into climbing, how it is to be a female climber in India, doing a world cup event, body image in he…
 
In this episode virologist Levi Yant walks us through the science of Covid - 19. We discuss what a virus is, what makes Covid 19 different, why we're in a global pandemic and what we can do about it. If you're feeling confused by all the information out there and you're unsure of what is right and wrong in this mad new world we live in, take a list…
 
This conversation is all about flow state. Also known as 'being in the zone'. This psychological state could be responsible for our best climbing performances but also our most enjoyable moments. Mild flow can feel like a heightened focus or presence and deep flow states are more immersive and unique in character. Cameron has a phD in flow and has …
 
In this episode Mina talks to Madeleine Crane who is a Sports Psychologist and Systemic Coach based near Magic Wood in Switzerland. As a strong climber herself, Madeleine takes a special interest in working with rock climbers from all disciplines. In this podcast we talk about her background, confidence in performance, comparison in sport, body ima…
 
This episode is the first of a few that we plan to do together. Each one will have a focus and in this episode Hazel talks to Mina about health and performance, where they intersect and how in her experience they have also diverged. We talk about Mina's climbing history, her journey with Rainshadow (9a), the lead up to her RED-S diagnosis as well a…
 
In this episode, Mina talks to Gilly McArthur, a life long climber, who has in recent years found a love for cold-water swimming. Gilly swam every day in January in the lakes and tarns of the UK to raise money for Mind Charity. In this episode we talk about the physiological and psychological experiences and benefits of cold-water swimming, paralle…
 
In this episode Hazel talks to Nikki Smith about:- climbing on rock and ice near to home and further away- first ascents - travel - photography - her experiences coming out, transitioning and becoming herself- social media and the problem of privacy - doing better as a communityNiki is an ambassador for Mountain Hardware, REI, Scarpa, Grivel, Beal …
 
In this episode Mina talks to US-based climber Nina Williams. Nina is well known for her ascents of highball boulder problems such as Evolution Direct (V11), Ambrosia (V11) and the absolutely massive Too Big to Flail (V10) as well as many other hard boulders up to V13. They discuss a bunch of interesting things including Nina's brave Rock and Ice A…
 
In this episode Hazel talks to professional climber Beth Rodden about: - looking back; what she'd do differently - body image and eating disorders - achievement versus learning - happiness versus success - compatibility of good health and high performance - social media, including ethics of sharing stuff about her boy - motherhood - her book that s…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I am joined by legendary climbing arborist, SRT advocate, and co-founder of Treebuzz.com, Tom Dunlap. We dive into Tom's backstory and his over 40-year career in tree work, his mentors and influences along the way including Don Blair, the founding of Treebuzz along with Mark Chisholm in the early 2000's, Tom's late f…
 
Small Business Stories Season 2 Episode 2 Erik Keenan - Keenan Tree Care In this episode of the podcast, I am joined by Erik Keenan. We dive into his backstory and how he got into the trade, how he moved from being an employee to entrepreneur, work-life balance, training and apprenticeship, and general trials and tribulations of being an owner-oper…
 
Season 2 Ep. 1 - Small Business Stories This is (part of) the story of how I handed a lot of the control of my company ConservaTree over to my friend Alex, and how that arrangement has worked out so far. In this episode we talk about how Alex came to be involved in the company and in the trade, the decisions that lead up to his appointment as boss,…
 
In this special episode, we take a look at tips and tactics that could help a first-time competitor in an ISA-style tree climbing competition. I give my own advice, and then I'm joined by Chris Sallows and Brick Reilly who give us their own unique perspectives. My hope is that this information could be very helpful to someone who is competing for t…
 
Chris Sallows is a talented production climber in the private sector, as well as an up and coming competition climber on the Ontario circuit. In this conversation we talk about his backstory and how he got into the trade, mentors along the way, tornados, training for competitions, stress eating, heavy metal bands, and much, much more. Climb high, W…
 
One-handing is the devil! Or is it? In this episode I explore how this one single issue somehow managed to get pushed to the front of the line of all the things that we should be worrying about in this trade. How and why did this happen, and was it justified? And where do we go from here? If you would like to send me a voicemail message to use on t…
 
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