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  • I you know, I started climbing when I was younger.

    我你知道,我年輕的時候就開始爬山了。

  • I I was peeing in my pants.

    我... ...我在褲子裡撒尿。

  • I was afraid of high.

    我怕高。

  • I had only one thing.

    我只有一件事。

  • You know, Actually, I I did start climbing because my when I was a little boy, I dreamt to be courageous.

    你知道嗎,其實,我... ...我確實開始爬山了,因為我小的時候,我的夢想是成為一個勇敢的人。

  • I was afraid of everything.

    我害怕一切。

  • Afraid of everything, even heights, Ohio.

    什麼都怕,甚至怕高,俄亥俄。

  • I was terrified about height.

    我對身高感到恐懼。

  • So my first experience was in my parent's car.

    所以我的第一次經歷是在父母的車上。

  • We were going to Leo and my dad, you know, we're going to to lose.

    我們要去獅子座和我爸,你知道,我們要輸了。

  • And my dad decided to quit the highway and to catch shot to the mountains.

    而我爸決定退出高速路,到山上去趕拍。

  • And I was inside the car, and I was completely terrified just to be in a car.

    而我在車內,我完全被嚇壞了,只是在車內。

  • I just thought that the car was going to fall any time on the car was going to be followed by the precipice, and I was gonna die.

    我只是想,車子上隨時都會掉下來,跟著就是懸崖峭壁,我就要死了。

  • So, you know, imagine.

    所以,你知道,想象一下。

  • Imagine the gigantic step in between peeing in the pence in the car on becoming a climber.

    想象一下,在成為攀登者的時候,尿尿在汽車裡的便士之間的巨大一步。

  • So I became a climber.

    於是,我成了一名登山者。

  • Quite good.

    相當不錯。

  • And then you're in 1982.

    然後你在1982年。

  • I destroyed everything, right?

    我毀了一切,對嗎?

  • And then you came back from those injuries and then started taking big risks again.

    然後你從這些傷痛中恢復過來,然後又開始冒大風險。

  • That was the revenge from my life.

    那是我一生的報復。

  • Revenge?

    報仇?

  • Are you going up there in anger when you're climbing?

    你爬山的時候,是不是要生氣的上去?

  • No.

    不知道

  • Because then, you know.

    因為那樣的話,你知道的。

  • And I was competing alone.

    而我是一個人在競爭。

  • I was with myself just alone up there.

    我和自己只是一個人在上面。

  • Oh, yeah.

    哦,是的。

  • There was no YouTube.

    當時沒有YouTube。

  • No, no, if you will.

    不,不,如果你願意。

  • Off course.

    當然了

  • I am having people who did witness the biggest thing I did.

    我是讓人見證了我做的最大的事情。

  • So there is a pictures or kind of films, but there was not the purpose because I was pretty much free soloing everyday.

    所以有一個圖片或種類的電影,但沒有目的,因為我幾乎是自由的獨奏每天。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • And you did it because you had so much potential.

    而你這麼做是因為你有很大的潛力。

  • You thought it was lost.

    你以為它已經丟失了。

  • And you thought I'm not gonna waste this life.

    你以為我不會浪費生命嗎?

  • Exactly that that was my path, You know, I found it when I was like, eight years old.

    確切地說,這是我的道路, 你知道,我發現它時,我喜歡,8歲。

  • I saw a movie inspired by a novel returned by Eritrea.

    我看了一部電影,靈感來自厄立特里亞退回的一部小說。

  • The grieving snow.

    悲痛的雪。

  • It's a story about an airplane from India is crushing near the top of Mont Blanc.

    這是一個關於印度的一架飛機在勃朗峰頂附近墜毀的故事。

  • And two brothers.

    還有兩個兄弟。

  • There are guys, talented climbers, and they decided to climb the mountains.

    有的人,有才華的登山者,他們決定去爬山。

  • 26 survivors.

    26名倖存者。

  • And then I saw that there was Spencer Tracy at that time.

    然後我看到當時有斯賓塞-崔西。

  • So imagine it's like the fifties.

    所以想象一下,這就像五十年代。

  • The movie on Wow, I was kind off, you know, mind boggling by seeing those guys climbing a mountain and just I thought, Wow, I want to become a guy like that.

    哇的電影,我是一種關閉,你知道的,令人瞠目結舌的看到那些傢伙爬山,只是我想,哇,我想成為這樣的傢伙。

  • Wow.

    哇哦

  • So that was my dream, Okay?

    所以這是我的夢想,好嗎?

  • And so you started doing scarier and scarier.

    於是你開始做更可怕的事,更可怕的事。

  • Free solos, things that you said you have 50 50 Chance of even surviving.

    免費獨奏,你說的東西,你有50 50的機會甚至生存。

  • Yeah, just like I was willing to play the high game.

    是啊,就像我願意玩高玩一樣。

  • Okay, One thing we saw from Alex Honnold in the movie Free Solo.

    好吧,我們從亞歷克斯-霍諾德的電影《自由索羅》中看到了一件事。

  • This is what Jimmy Chin and all of his friends said, is that Alex can manage his emotions.

    這就是吉米-秦和他所有朋友說的,是亞歷克斯可以管理自己的情緒。

  • Maybe too much where the highest still ever get is a six, and the lowest will ever get is a four.

    也許太多,最高的還是曾經得到過6分,最低的將曾經得到過4分。

  • And that's how he's able to free solo.

    這也是他能夠自由獨行的原因。

  • First of all, do you think that's true?

    首先,你認為這是真的嗎?

  • And second of all, is that the way you climb where you can manage your emotions?

    其次,你攀比的方式是你能管理好自己的情緒嗎?

  • It is that there is no other way.

    就是沒有別的辦法。

  • Actually, you cannot play a 50 50 games without managing everything.

    其實,你不可能什麼都不管理,就能玩個50 50的遊戲。

  • You are managing your emotions.

    你在管理自己的情緒。

  • If you're panicking, you dead, right?

    如果你驚慌失措,你就死定了,對嗎?

  • Is that something you learn to do?

    這是你學來的嗎?

  • Or were you born low bandwidth of emotions?

    還是說你天生感情帶寬低?

  • Well, because Alex looks like a cyborg in that movie a little bit.

    嗯,因為Alex在那部電影裡看起來像個半機械人,有點。

  • His girlfriend's frustrated with him because he seems like a really even keeled guy all the time.

    他的女朋友對他很失望,因為他看起來像一個真正的龍骨的人所有的時間。

  • That doesn't seem like you, Alex.

    這不像是你,亞歷克斯。

  • Alex doesn't wear snakeskin.

    亞歷克斯不穿蛇皮。

  • Yeah, definitely loved.

    是啊,肯定是喜歡。

  • This is the rock and roll star, right?

    這就是搖滾明星吧?

  • You're rocking.

    你是搖滾。

  • Nobody.

    沒有人。

  • Nobody is having 11 bad one A.

    沒有人是有11個壞的一個A。

  • In a funny way, this is Alex Honnold.

    說來好笑,這就是亞歷克斯-霍諾德。

  • Get interviewed by The New Yorker.

    接受《紐約客》的採訪。

  • Your 2009 when they were doing this long feature on me, Andi, he said about me one word badass.

    你2009年的時候,他們對我做了一個長篇專題,安迪,他說了我一個字壞蛋。

  • That's what Alex said about you before he was super famous.

    這就是亞歷克斯說你之前,他是超級有名的。

  • Exactly.

    就是這樣

  • That's awesome.

    這是真棒。

  • And I liked it because I didn't even know because when I read the article, I was upset about the writer.

    而我之所以喜歡,是因為我都不知道,因為當我看到文章的時候,我對作者很不滿。

  • I said, What the hell she's writing that I'm a badass because I took it like, bad and ask and not knowing, actually.

    我說,她寫什麼鬼,說我是個壞蛋,因為我把它當成了,壞和問和不知道,其實。

  • What what's the meaning of being a badass?

    什麼叫壞蛋?

  • So, Alan, we're gonna call this show one word badass.

    所以,艾倫,我們要把這個節目叫做 "壞蛋"。

  • Wild.

    野生。

  • My my worship.

    我的我的崇拜。

I you know, I started climbing when I was younger.

我你知道,我年輕的時候就開始爬山了。

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成為一名登山者:為什麼我小時候想成為勇敢的人,卻不喜歡登山--阿蘭-羅伯特。 (BECOMING A CLIMBER: Why I Wanted To Be Courageous & Didn't Like Climbing As A Child - Alain Robert)

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