/ Hollow training advise!
As always, the difference is in the finest details and the whole is made up of tiny particles...
In all three instances it was never a case of meaningless: "use you feet"; "pull hard" or "it's all in the mind".
Be wary of such hollow advise! Happy climbing :-)
Meaningless? To you maybe!
PS Use your feet
Am I just being confused?
More recently, Rebecca from www.smartclimbing.co.uk, was able to dig deep and bring out hidden resources.
Really? I thought her ideas about outcome goal setting, in relation to climbing was plain wrong.
I've never really taken "pull hard" as advice, more as encouragement. If I'm climbing and have someone shouting positive (or horribly negative and insulting!) things I tend to do a little better than if left to my own devices.
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