Perhaps nothing is more elemental to climbing than fear. Becoming a better climber, then, requires that you learn to understand and manage your fears. My book, Maximum Climbing, has a full chapter on the subject of managing fear—check it out for learn powerful techniques for managing the fear of falling, fear of failure, fear of embarrassment, fear of the unknown, and fear of getting hurt or dying.
One of the most important tools for dealing with fear—and climbing your best—is effective risk management…which is the topic of this podcast. By becoming a world-class risk manager, you will be able to better evaluate your fears, climb well in potentially dangerous situations, and live to climb another day.
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Photo: Steve’s Arete (11a), Mt. Lemmon, AZ. Eric McCallister photo.
Music: Misty Murphy.
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