/ How to Dyno

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Toerag - on 17 Aug 2011
robinsi197 - on 17 Aug 2011
In reply to Toerag:

So the key elements of the improve-your-dynoing plan seem to be:

1. Develop a fluid crouch-and-lunge technique - possible
2. Make arms bigger in relation to your body - maybe
3. Reduce body mass to 6kg - step away from the cakes, fat boy
4. Get a LOT hairer - let's not go there
pebbles - on 17 Aug 2011
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Mick Ward - on 17 Aug 2011
In reply to Toerag:

I used to get so stressed about dynoing on redpoints (in case I fluffed things) that I banned myself from looking at the destination hold until I was in flight. Seemed to work better. Too late then to worry...

Mick

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