We made a video based of the footage taken on the climbing trip to Mt.Charleston.
Bouldering Open National Championship
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Bouldering Youth National Championship
Final Round Replays
Some parts with Anthony:
In our last post we talked about dynos https://psyched2climb.com/2016/01/04/tips-for-dyno-moves
Below is a video where Anthony comments on his work on the dyno move of Taurine V9 in Red Rocks one week ago. This video could be a sort of demonstration for the tips discussed in previous post.
It is nice to know that you are actually able to boulder double digits, it increases your self confidence, especially if you are a kid. Therefore projecting V10+ is a good idea if kid is at the V8/9 level.
For kids it makes sense to find out what other strong kids climbed as their first V10+ and first try those problems. Truth is, every strong kid we know climbed his/her first V10 that perfectly suits him/her.
There are so much info on Internet that it is usually not a problem to find what you want, but in case your bouldering destination is one where kids do not climb that often and no relevant info is available, then, as a rule of thumb, look for overhang wall with small holds without big moves 🙂 .
Anthony’s first V10 happened to be Scare Tactics in Red Rocks this year (2015). By now days standards V10 at 12 years old is nothing extraordinary, but hopefully it is just a beginning…
When we go outside it is usually just two of us. One climbs and another belays or spots the climber. No one can operate a photo camera. But we found a solution to have at least some photo material. We record 4K videos with a video camera and later on take an interesting frame. 4K video has enough resolution to get decent quality photo for Instagram.
Here are few examples made with Sony FDR-AX100 camcorder.