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Train Hard - Stay Humble

Back to basics in the wet. Since group regular Sunday group training was cancelled, I went out by myself for about an hour and a half at Cal. Here's some of what I did, misses and all.

Song is V.I.H. by Fnaïre. I don't speak the language so I have no idea if they words are horrible in anyway- anyone who can help out with that, please enlighten me.

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Comment by Seng on February 26, 2009 at 4:20am
Shoes: Brooks Adrenaline GTS 8 (ie normal running shoes purchased for fit and comfort, not adhersiveness). I can't speak to how much difference stickier shoes would be. My new mantra: technique transcends technology (alliteration addiction anyone?).

Re: the splat at 2:08- clearly I didn't get to know the surface well enough. I was actually trying to monkey over from a standstill so when I bailed out by putting a foot down, it was already too late. The progression following that shows how I should have gone about it before instead of after.

Did I look into the camera at the end? I didn't mean to (so unpro of me)- I was checking over my shoulder out of habit even though i knew what was behind me.
Comment by Tallbear on February 26, 2009 at 1:57am
Nice, >_< i cant catwalk on that rail when its a dry sunny day lol / guess i know what im practicing all day tommorrow..
Comment by Anthony on February 25, 2009 at 10:59pm
i like it, it was simple and nice to see anotehr video like this one
Comment by SafeNSure on February 25, 2009 at 12:13pm
...not to be the naysayer, but Msgr shoes must be regular running shoes (Asics? Reebok?), and, aside of 2:08's slip, 1:40 to 2:40 is pretty crazy good, and possible because he's adapting technique, strength and speed, IMO (in fact 2:08 happened probably because, he pushed too hard, using too limited shoe surface, forgetting the conditions, maybe overconfident because he was rightly working up to it... happens.).

I'm not even commenting on the rail-balancing, which in those conditions is heroic... :)

One needs to be able to work with what he has: being it a wet, irregular, structurally weak obstacle, or "equipment"...
I guess it's about Adaptation.
Comment by Iliketovaultthings on February 25, 2009 at 9:14am
5.10's have great traction in rain, i'v just realized that...
Comment by Key on February 23, 2009 at 4:37pm
Love your balance, love it that you training in the rain, spirit of a tracer ^^ keep up the good work!
Comment by Kirill on February 23, 2009 at 2:23pm
Melikes your balance! and wetness~ !
Comment by orem on February 23, 2009 at 1:47pm
yes 3:51 was very ninja. especially the quick look at the camera before you spring away ;) inspiring how much good training you got in
Comment by SafeNSure on February 23, 2009 at 7:31am
Hats off!!!
2:08 was brutal...
3:51 so smooth!

Lesson to learn: dogs don't help catwalks...
:P

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