Before we address on-sighting, let's look a little deeper into redpointing. We can diminish our redpointing ability by falling into typical tendencies, based on how we avoid stress.
We've gone into the mechanics of how decisions are made in the previous lesson. Now, we need to address what will help us follow through with those decisions. The main driving force of our decisions is our motivation. Motivation, however, is determine by the goals we have. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, discount offers, and practical tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.
This lesson addresses how we each have a tendency toward being intuitive or analytical and how this tendency can interfere with our climbing. - These lessons are emailed in more detail, with upcoming training, product offers, and practical application tips, to our eList subscribers. Please join our eList to receive these lessons.