Paul Robinson about Lucid dreaming aka Rastaman vibration sit
Björn Pohl - UKC 31st March, 2010
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I managed to get a short chat with Paul after his FA of Lucid dreaming, a problem that's most likely among the hardest on the planet:
Hey man! Congrats! You've been working a long time for this! Ahh I know! I've almost made it home too, I'm in a hotel in Utah about to go to bed! Have you celebrated enough though? Hahah not at all! I sent, re shot some moves and drove 10 hours Just one question then, hm.... can you describe the problem and what makes it so difficult of course... so to describe the problem- beautiful, it is so pure to me. Really brings forth every style of climbing from power to crimp strength to technique, which is what makes it so hard. I feel that the line is such a crazy culmination of style that it takes such accuracy to execute. Not only do you have to climb an insanely hard boulder but also climb a very heady 5 ft slab Was it mostly mental or physical for you? In the end I mean I think both. I mean I knew I could do it. I had the physical, and it was linking the two in one burn to make it all work. Thanks Paul!
I'll catch up with Paul again for a more extensive interview later. Photo: Paul Robinson on the crux of Lucid dreaming, Buttermilks, by Wills Young