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 By: Jens Larssen  | Date: 2011-11-15  | Category: Tips & Tricks    | (2) Comments  

Debate/Jens: Analysing the moves and route reading will increase your chances of your next redpoint and onsight. However, to much thinking might reduce the fun, increase anxiety and will make you start hesitating. In the long run, the thinking might decrease your performances as the most important thing for your success is the "no thinking", i.e. your ability to move immediately by your instinct your will power.

The "no thinking" focus is especially important for the teenagers who are developing and setting their style and technique. The best thing is of course to have a trainer who is doing the thinking and can come with technical and tactical analyses and tips.