Tuesday, April 10, 2012

sometimes you got to believe that you're gonna make it...

a little vid about the process of sending "no mystery" (low) after a broken crux-hold.
hope you enjoy!

and yep; sometimes you're ruling your world... ;)


  1. yess sehr geil, die 7A+ sieht aber schwer aus

  2. Well maked video!! Is also broken two finger crimp for left hand above broken crux-hold?

  3. @martin: two-finger-crimp for left hand "above" broken crux-hold?! hmmm, i have seen no real crimps, but two very small, tiny structures - do you talk from them? have you used one of these? i had bad skin the first few times there, so i did not wanted to grab these small razors. and the big move is great and it worked for me, so i stuck with it ;)

    @redpointclimbing: 7A+ können sehr schwer sein, grade sind sehr subjektiv - darum der intervall bis 8B+, da sollte für jeden was passendes dabei sein... ;)

  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBlhH5DoFtU&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Esingingrock%2Ecz%2Farticle%2Easp%3FnDepartmentID%3D1343%26nArticleID%3D1519%26nLanguageID%3D1&feature=player_embedded#t=16

    3:30 and more.. If you did not see this crimp so probably it is also broken ;)

  5. wow, thats not a crimp, thats not even a fothoold ;) strong man! i have to check, there should be something there, don't know if its broken, but it felt too sharp and too small so i went for the big move. greez, martin

  6. Hoi Martin! Super Sach' und prima Video. Vielleicht 7a+, wenn man den Negativabdruck von dem Problem giessen und beklettern würde ;)