Why train your mind for climbing?
What would climbing be like if fear didn't hold you back?
How much harder would you climb if you were able to climb without distraction, 100% focused on the moves?
Climbers often think that although they can train their bodies, they can't train their minds. This is not true. Our brains are very adaptable and our minds strengthen in response to experience and practice.
The problem is that many climbers do not know how to train their minds.
For example, so many climbers approach falling the wrong way, and instead of overcoming their fears, they ingrain them.
With proper fall practice instruction, falling can become something you're excited about.
Climbers are often unaware of how much fear of failure and performance anxiety limits them. They are stressed and they don't know how to improve their relationship with climbing.