As Adam Ondra inches his way closer to being a strong contestant in the first-ever combined event at the Olympics, he’s had to deal with injuries. In this video, Ondra talks about how he’s been dealing with some of his aches and pains.
“A few weeks ago, we showed acupuncture as one of the ways of treating injuries,” said Ondra. “Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which has mostly preventive character and it is one of the key elements that help me to stay fit on the top of the game. Let’s take a closer look at what might be seen as a very controversial thing by many people.”
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After World Cup in Chamonix, I decided to skip World Cup in Briancon and focus instead on preparation for the World Championships in Hachiochi, Japan. It was nice to get immersed into the training routine, being at home and focused. As the World Championships is getting closer, it is time to remember the comp vibes. Pictures are from the semifinals in Chamonix. A little nervous route for me, where I struggled in the middle of the steep section, but succeeded in getting over it and got close to the top. Pics by @lukasbiba @blackdiamond @montura_official @lasportivagram @gardatrentino @visittrentino