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patto


Jan 4, 2013, 10:27 AM

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Re: [redlude97] Quick and dirty test: What happens during shockloading?
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redlude97 wrote:
You keep saying this but don't provide any evidence whatsover.
Evidence? I have settled on reason which has been discussed earlier.

The "evidence" used to argue the opposite has simply been people bragging about their whippers. Laugh

jt512 wrote:
You are never belaying me.
Who said I had offered? Besides you continue to confuse technical discussion with actual belay techniques. Crazy

The real world is quite varied. If you can't think and alter your behaviour to the present situation then you may end up in an unsafe situation.

As I found out earlier in the week, even something as simple as a fireman's belay can be difficult and ineffective if somebody simply relies on rote technique.


(This post was edited by patto on Jan 4, 2013, 10:35 AM)



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