Went up the route the conventional way, until I got to the last move, and realized that even jumping for that last big hand hold wasn't going to happen. Took the Shorty Route: followed a flake out to the left with my feet about 6' (take care, if you fall you will swing, thankfully I didn't), then took a flake back right with my hands (it's mostly shoulder work, try to find tiny features for your feet), until I met the hand hold with my right.
Don't worry about strength here, you just need balance and bravado. If you're new to climbing or aren't very stable, this climb might freak you out; but once you get over the fact that your hands are only there for a tiny bit of friction and moral support, you'll be fine.
Fascinated by the comments of people leading this route; I'll have to watch for someone doing that. Seems like there's no place for fingers, let alone protection.
Easy to protect but if you want to continue having a good life don't fall. Crux pretty much was at the bottom moving from the little flake to the shelf. Toprope it unless you're comfortable soloing 5.4