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EDITORIAL

Sunday, 28 June

Adam Ondra is well known for climbing faster than all other top climbers. By moving faster, he saves energy and can reach higher. On the other hand, climbing faster means a higher risk for not finding the best beta.

Meanwhile Ondra has adapted to fast climbing also on his hardest routes after like 15 years of training, it is preferable to start practicing on very easy routes as you warm up. This will mean you set a new natural pace which can be used throughout the whole session.

Furthermore, speed will increase the challenge and also easier routes will be more fun to climb. In the end, what we all need is some very fast moves when you are pushing through the last moves of the crux or near the anchor when the tank is running empty.

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