Technique is a very complex thing that ties into strength and condition, feeling on the day, and so on. That said I've definitely noticed that I'm much better at moves when I'm feeling confident on them; perhaps because they feel safe and secure, perhaps because they are in a problem with a grade that feels like it "should" go etc. It makes moves go faster, smoother and more easily.To me it seems, albeit with limited experience, that my technique is vastly better when I am confident; trusting feet, committing to moves etc. This makes me wonder whether a big element of technical training is just feeling like you can definitely do the move so you just bang it out? I'd be curious as to the thoughts of the forums cognoscenti on this because it feels very relevant to how one trains
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