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acorneau


Nov 25, 2012, 12:04 PM
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Re: [I_do] What is this move called? [In reply to]
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I_do wrote:
They only thing I don't agree with is the idea her feet would be above her hands. My initial response was aimed at the idea that this move wasn't spontanious.

That's a MUCH better view of what the move really looked like. Thanks for posting it.

Hell, I've got a lead climb set right now that has three feet-cut moves including one that's a good 220-degree spin.


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here is a video link with the correct perspective

http://www.youtube.com/...er_detailpage#t=214s


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Nov 29, 2012, 8:32 AM
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2 things:
Onsight != take the blindfold off when you start climbing. You are allowed to look at the route, from the ground, for a few seconds before you start.

It is very hard to set indoors in such a way that is impossible to onsight, if for no other reason than because you have to flag every single hold that is "on". There are no hidden holds, no slapping around until you find the little bit of texture that makes a move go. With the sort of structure around that move, and the holds in evidence, the move is pretty obvious to me. Of course, I climbed at a gym whose bouldering cave had two sides (rather like this arch structure) so the swing-over move was fairly common there. Its just like learning to recognize a set under-cling, or the looks of a stemming sequence. If you start thinking like a route-setter, then there are very obvious tells for sequences.


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frebxb wrote:
here is a video link with the correct perspective

http://www.youtube.com/...er_detailpage#t=214s

Buzz Kill! Wink

I don't think that is the correct perspective though. It looked way cooler when it was filmed from down below.


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