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Old 11-10-2003, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Galun
Well sometimes my instructors ask me to vocalize what I am doing / seeing to make sure I am doing the right things. Vocalizing it actuall made it easier for me to actually do the things that I am supposed to be doing. And these are great instructors who asked me to do it - including the head instructor of the pacific region.

Just trying to have a balanced view here Of course talking too much can be a big distraction, like the first case when he seemed like he was showing off to the video cam and the second case where they were kinda chit-chating.
True, thing is... on a fast track, you can't talk about the turn you are in... things are happening so fast, you have to talk about 200+ feet in front of you before you ever get to the turn, otherwise, whatever you are talking about is already in the past.
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