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Jun 22, 2011, 1:53 AM

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Re: [flyslasher] Fear of dynos...
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flyslasher wrote:
Oh thanks, :D. As for falling, I don't really know what the problem was with me and that dyno. I know for a fact falling has never bothered me... I have walked up to the grand canyons edge( no rails ), stand tippy toes and peer over the edge with out hesitation. I will have to think about it and try a dyno movement and get back to you guys so you can better help me.

Also thanks again for the info and book, gotta look into it ;)
I think I know what your problem is. I think it's performance anxiety.

This may sound strange, but subconsciously you may be afraid of how you will feel if you don't stick the dyno. You're not afraid of heights, you know you're safe, that's not a factor. But that moment you're going to make the commitment and leap, something deep down inside of you says "--what if I don't get it" This strikes you in a split second and you're stuck frozen right there.

Does this sound plausible?

There, your ego is threatened. Your opinion of yourself may be scarred if you don't succeed, and that is dangerous. The mistake you're making is that you shouldn't identify yourself with your performance. If this seems plausible to you, we'll talk about solutions...

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