People often think that rock climbing is all about strength and power. Those aspects can help you perform some impressive climbing moves, but the core of climbing is all about balance! You balance hard skills such as using technical equipment such as climbing rope, shoes, and other protective equipment with soft skills such as discerning between life threating fears of rock fall with perceived fear of heights (exposure).
As a climber, you practice, practice, practice your skills and balance on a move until it becomes habit for you. Then you discover another move that challenges you and you start it all over again utilizing your previous experience to improve .
A climber usually has a partner that acts as a spotter. They help you by encouraging you, pointing out holds, body positions, and other perspectives that you might not see because your focus is too close.
As your coach, I act as your spotter, I help you find your route from a different perspective. Before you know it, your habits change and you are on to another move that challenges you.