Are you passionate about climbing, yet realize that you're your own worst enemy when it comes to the mental side of your sport?

Do you...
  • Feel anxious or fearful about climbing?
  • Feel less confident when another climber seems to effortlessly pass you?
  • Feel exhausted when you realize the "top" you just reached is only a shelf?
  • Look up at a route and think you can't do it when it's within your capability?
  • Doubt your belayer, even when you know he or she is trustworthy?
  • Angst over looking weak or unskillful in front of others?
  • Compulsively relive past mistakes, mishaps or failures?
  • Attach your self-image to your climbing performance?
  • Have difficulty bouncing back from mistakes?
  • Fear injuring or reinjuring yourself?
  • Panic even when the fails are safe?
If you answered, "yes" to any of these questions–and if you have noticed that these self-limiting behaviors last more than a few moments at a time–give yourself the advantage of mental skills coaching.