The crux sequence consists of four really difficult and precise movements on crimps, pinches and side pulls. After that it is just a matter of keeping it together on the 12b/c section to the top. I remember coming home every night feeling so frustrated because I was falling on the same crux move to the pinch over and over and over again, even though I could one hang the route so easily. Either my foot slipped or I just did not have enough energy to keep going. After so many failed attempts I realized that every move had to be perfected.
|Working the Crux! Photo Credit: Sara Frangos|
Working on the hood was frustrating, annoying, and it took a lot of mental energy. But every attempt was worth it because the moment when every thing came together and when every movement felt effortless made sending that much more divine.
One more piece of exciting news, I just recently got sponsored by flashed!I am really excited to be a part of their team they are a great company!
Stoked on life!
|Post Sending Stoke! Photo Creds to the fabulous Vikki Weldon|