Park terrifies me. As comfortable and fearless as I am standing on top of a 30 foot cliff, put me in front of a 30 foot kicker and tell me to do a 3 and I literally will start shaking. I went to Momentum at 16, I built a summer setup (which didn't work very well), and I tried to force myself to hike the park until I progressed; none of it helped, really. I freeze up and cop out at the last second so, goddamn, often that it's almost comical.
I want to get over this fear. So my question: how do I make it so that I can be comfortable trying new things in the park? How do I get over my fear of all things park and make it so that I feel that same positive, life-enhancing adrenaline that I feel when I'm dropping into a cliff line on the run-in to a kicker? How, put simply, do I nut up?
If anyone has any advice for getting over this mental block, because that truly is all it is, I would appreciate it immensely.
Here's a puppy trotting through water for your troubles.