FWIW - A while back I did their assessment and they listed 103% of BW as normal for v11, and 107% of BW was standard for v12. So I'd assume BW only on the 20mm testing edge is around v10ish.Which I must be a bit of an outlier as I've never hung bodyweight on a 20mm, and have done 8A+/8B...
All of this strength correlation business is surely all utter nonsense in the manner in which it has been sold.
... or whether they jet off to find some holiday grades in Rocklands...
including whether the person is willing to drive out to blackwell dale in the cold and wet umpteen times to dry holds by the road
That Korean bloke that recently appeared on legendary feats, doing the “ILV” hangs off BM smalls...he has a BMI of <17. Nibile proved that he wasn’t that strong, just mostly light.
Is it the manner in which it has been sold or the manner in which people want to see it?.......Evribudy wanna be a budybuilder, but don't nobody wanna lift heavy ass weights.
If it was easy to be as strong as Nibile and as light as Jongwon at the same time, I would climb very difficult routes.
I’m really glad that you did Nibs. Meant to wad you for it at the time. A lot of people talk about whether x or y is impressive in absolute or relative terms but few are willing to put it to the test. I salute you for it!
I think the problem is everyone is lifting these heavy ass weights, and it is a peanut in comparison to the effort required to get good at climbing
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