I think the debilitating effect of broad shoulders and inflexible hips should definitely be accounted for #pubscience
Tom - either I'm tall but stumpy, or you have a massive ape index / broad and extendable shoulders? I often find I'm outreached by short people but that's probably more due to being too weak to pull up than any skeletal ratios.R: 2.53H: 1.91S: 1.32
R 2.33H 1.71S 1.87How do I work out the ratio?
Moose, either that's a typo or you didn't use S to stand for span like I did!Quoteto clarify,Reach is 253cm (so far as I can tell - tricky to manipulate a tape measure over ones head!)Height is 191cm (6'3" in old units)Ratio is 1.32my ape index is 0
to clarify,Reach is 253cm (so far as I can tell - tricky to manipulate a tape measure over ones head!)Height is 191cm (6'3" in old units)Ratio is 1.32my ape index is 0
Cheque, R/H. Also your span is massive! +17cm ape!
Jim I thought you were shorter, you obviously just stoop even worse than me 😄
R 2.15H 1.67S 1.71Ration of 1.29. Think thats the smallest so far; what does this mean?
R - 248H - 181S - 1961.37I would like to reiterate that long arms do not necessarily give an advantage
I said something kind of similar to this quite a while ago:https://ukbouldering.com/board/index.php?topic=10347.0
Just joining in with the stats of a short person with shit ai:R225H167S 158Ratio 1.35
Quote from: Bradders on March 12, 2020, 04:12:25 pmR - 248H - 181S - 1961.37I would like to reiterate that long arms do not necessarily give an advantage Your reach is disappointing, weíre you standing on one leg on top toe? That ape though 😂 20 cm difference from mine!
I hadnít really though about it until this morning - but that suggests hip / lower spine flexibility is important too. Shoulder width would seem to be an obvious one too - along with flexibility to use it. Though personally - despite being tall I have (I think) fairly narrow shoulders - yet a high ratio. Long arms? Ha! Around in circles again....
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