I must admit - I've never really perused this section of the forum much, but have found it quite interesting this morning. Thanks to all the instructors around here who offer real, serious advice and help. All for free no less!
So here's my question/scenario of the day...
I've followed a friend down the right side of steep double black (which is not unusual), Never Never Land for anyone familiar with Panorama, my wife and another friend are over towards the left side doing their thing. As I'm following, admittedly, I'm getting bucked around & struggling. I come to a section where it's steep - No Fall Zone steep. I freeze, stand there for awhile, think about & draw the 3 turns to the bottom in my mind, freeze again, then pick my way through a whoopie trail over to the center/not so steep section.
What do the pros here do? Next time I'm there, I don't want to freeze - how do I get myself back in that, "1 - 2 - 3 - Charge!" mindset?