/ NEW REVIEW: Climbing Wall Leading by Ian Fenton
"Sometimes when we are coaching young people we can forget the importance of leading and focus more on movement, technique and physical training. Young people suddenly find their physical skills way beyond their mental skills and frustration and fear of falling can set in. All this makes Ian's book about learning to lead indoors, all the more important..."
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