Researchers from the University of Michigan Psychology Department and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland agree. They found that, for some, trying to verbalize a performance distracted the brain by putting the focus on language. This is called verbal overshadowing and has been shown to interfere with the non-verbal aspects of a memory, resulting in a decreased performance on tasks. For more, read here
I can relate to this phenomenon. I can cook a great meal, sink a golf putt or drive the quickest way to a destination, but ask me to explain what I'm doing as I'm doing it and my performance will suffer. So, verbal overshadowing when performing can be a good thing or it can throw a monkey wrench into your world. See how this works for you and adjust accordingly.
Me? I'll be the quiet one on the Just-Do-It bench.