We're in a strange era of time where our computing devices, applications and commercial companies are actively encouraging us to take 'selfies.' I can see a spectrum of people ranging from the narcissist to the people who loath social media.
Today however I'm in the pro camera camp. I think it's such a useful tool to be able to capture what you're doing and go back and review your progress. Earlier this year I took part in Urban Ninja where one of the obstacles was the Salmon Ladder. A chin up bar which required you shift the pole up the ridges. I failed. However upon editing the video I discovered I was a lot closer to achieving the task than I initially thought. In the above picture I got the height, but was lacking the correct trajectory. This gives me a little self confidence, a motivational boost as well as some feedback as to how I can improve for next time.
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