Hello Everyone. I’m quite amazed by your performances memory training. Congrats to Alex, Everett and Lance for Amazing sub-30 Times. You 3 are really pushing the standard.
I have not actively trained memory for a very long time(last February) and have instead spent my time on adventures and Hiking. Nelson seems even more inspirational to me now since he can practice memory and do mountaineering at the same time.Mountaineering is an all encompassing thing. I came to this site again from a PM I found in my email and have guilt-tripped myself back into practicing. My old PM’s are gone(how do I get these back? There was intellectual gold in there) and the site’s format is different but I’m training a bit again now that I have more great journeys. I’ve also replaced some of my boring images with really interesting people.
For example, I used to use cat for CT. Now I can use Chet, an amazing guy in a wheelchair who suffered life-threatening burns when his stove blew up. His optimism, generosity, and hospitality is world class and contagious. I’ve almost never met someone doing so much with so little and that makes a great image.
On topic: My times are really bad at the moment. I’m only comfortable at around 1:20 and have only had 2 sub-1’s last week. Not a problem though, practice can fix that.