What constitutes a “scary line” is relative. For some, it’s a 2-foot drop, and for others, it’s a 40-foot rock roll. The decision to try a new line must be yours, and yours alone, however, there’s a way to do it right. Being overcome with fear and taking a “leap of faith” is a great way to get hurt.
My friend Alexander recently tried a rock roll that he was absolutely terrified of. Instead of going balls out and hitting it blind, he took a planned and calculated approach which ultimately resulted in a successfully-conquered feature!
Learn from this story as we analyze Alex’s efforts on this scary rock roll. If you need to do anything scary, you can follow these steps to maximize your chances of coming out alive.