motivation is everything ;)
despite the obviously lousy conditions (100%humidity) i went for the low-down-start - pulled on - and BIG surprise - got it together, but just was not perfect in the jug-slot. i tried to readjust in the transition to the second part - and went down - bummer. for the next 40min i tried again but was unable to put it together once more. i just slipped off the holds on every possible move. but thats normal, i can do that startsequence once a day if i am lucky - not more... for sure the hardest 4moves i have ever done.
lost my pinky right-hand on the slot and
...went down on the match/transition; not happy for a second...
i think you don't need a translation here ;)
then i rested for 20min and went for the sit-down-start. this time i got the slot better, fighted my way up to the the final mantel again.
and went down again on the mantel.... *bummer*....that mantel def. feels hard coming from all the way down, did not expect it to feel that hard. but its not just a hard move, its also very strange move with your heel over your heed. may i should got to font for some training ;)
to finish the day i had another training-go from the standingstart in the roof. i made it again up to the mantel. my resistance seems to adapt nicely. and given the conditions that day was GREAT progress. i climbed well despite poorest friction and arriving at the mantel i did not felt tired as last time. now i am sitting at home and after a day of working the cold hit back again (logically: drugs are NOT the answer *lol*) and put me into bed. but psyche is HIGH and i can't wait for THE day when i AND the conditions do feel great.... - must feel like a hike in the park then ;)