I don't define myself In one disciple of climbing. I go sport, trad, bouldering, ice and alpine climbing [...] your writing is very hard to read and into just being climbers.
I am a biologist, I do statistic, physic for photosynthesis, chemical for the nutrition, etc. But I am a biologist.
Doing many aspect of a sport and describing yourself as if you are doing one sport is a disciple of one kind of climbing: a jack of all trade.
I practice trad 60 percent of the time, weight lift 20 percent, sport 20percent. I am a trad climber. Not a disciple of one kind of climbing.
If someone do 60 percent of bouldering, 30 of sport and 10 of trad, I consider that the climber do bouldering. He is not going to be a jack of all trade, but a very high performance V-8 climber.
I am practically never scare in a route (5.10 onsight). If a boulder guy came an say: "have had enough of scaring myself." I will say that it is normal. You are a boulder climber, not a trad climber. You don't have all the knowledge. You can't even make the distinction between your kind of practice and the ethic that you develop and the kind of practice that I do and the ethic of many generation before you. It is not a barrier language, it is your mind conception.
In this thread, I just wrote three reasons to not bouldering before doing trad. You don't even discuss one of those reason. Just saying that you are good because you are doing a v-6 problem after many try like a gymnast on parallel bar and that you are scare because you have a lack of knowledge in trad. What prove my point