Overcoming Fear of More Heights
My goals last year were to perfect my movement to where I had absolute control; no fear, no hesitation, just movement. Let go and do.
Here is my goal
My goal has not changed. While I have improved, I still have much more to do.
I want to particularly get rid of my fear of more heights; and large precisions with gaps. There are two in particular that I may be able to do right now, but are precisions with decent height and distance between the takeoff and landing, so I’ve been afraid of committing.
How would I know that I have achieved this goal?
- I can do jumps without hesitation, jumps that in the past had particularly scared me.
Why and how is this goal important to me
If I achieve this goal, I will be able to apply this to many fears I may have later on in my parkour lifetime.
How I intend to kickstart this goal
- Spend some time at the “fear-zones and envision myself successfully doing the jumps.
Deadline to get started: 20.01.2015
Potential obstacles to achieving my goal
- Giving in to fear, and lack of practice
How I will overcome the obstacles
Get comfortable with heights and drops. Spend some time up on the roofs I occasionally visit.