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Jun 21, 2011, 7:31 AM

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Re: [JAB] Fear of dynos...
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JAB wrote:
ceebo wrote:
I can't quite understand why they would put a dyno on such a sport route. Is it possible you missed some kind of under cling?. They can make what appears to be a huge dyno into a static reach. Their could also be multiple other techniques to make the reach that you are missing. Have the staff have confirmed it is a dyno?. By dyno i am assuming you mean both feet leave their holds.

What is it with you guys nowadays? Someone asks a question, and instead of giving a straight answer (or otherwise stay quiet), you immediately start questioning the question. If I ask "which are good routes in Indian Creek" I don't want a bunch of "Indian Creek sucks, you should go to RRG" or "do you even climb trad?" or "all good routes are too hard for you, stay in the gym, n00b!!!".

What does it matter if it is possible to climb that particular route without dynoing. The OP still has a problem with dynoing, so lets discuss that. Just sayin.

Wow, someone is mad.

Excuse me for thinking their ''may'' be an alternative. Even still, do you think conquering a fear of doing dynos at height (im still assuming it was a full dyno) is needed right now?. I mean i dunno.. after a few weeks/months climbing i'm sure i could draw up a better list of priority's.. like actually understanding all the equipment and what it does before i go jump on it.

(This post was edited by ceebo on Jun 21, 2011, 7:33 AM)

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Post edited by ceebo () on Jun 21, 2011, 7:33 AM

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