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    I still cherish life. I couldn't even watch someone do that. I ain't lying.

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    • #3
      Saw that, nuts as fuck. Said he passed a group around the two hour mark that were just waking up in their hanging tents. Normally takes a couple days with safety gear. That guy needs to sit back and chill out for awhile.
      Do the right thing, regardless of the cost.

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      • #4
        I'll have to pass. Made my knees feel "weird" just watching it.
        Universal means it don't fit nothin'.

        Sometimes free ain't cheap enough.

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        • #5
          It wasn't raining and nobody was shooting at him...big fucking deal.
          Rick Jones
          MAJ, SF (Ret)

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          • #6
            Wow that is pretty badass, the guy is on a plateau of commitment above the normal human climber and i guessing his strength to weight ratio must be off the scale .
            I bow down to him . I was pressing my low-end skills playing on a few basic climbs around Moab area with a couple short walls and castleton tower and kingfisher tower and it rung me out and I dont like it, I dont mind getting pushed to the ragged edge on a few things I used to do with no outs, But I did NOT really care for and had a hard time self-regulating the nonstop pinned-out feeling climbing gave me .
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            • #7
              I was only ever a climbing gym climber. And even then, knowing I was harnessed and roped up, I would get that feeling where my body didn't want to obey my mind when I would have to, for example, deal with an overhang, or something pretty (for me anyway) crazy.

              I've known many, many, trapshooters who have taken such a pounding over the years that their finger just won't pull the trigger anymore and they need to use a release trigger to trick their body/mind into obeying the command to fire. This guy overcomes all resistance. Whether it's from mental discipline or because he's wired differently, I'm impressed either way.

              He tries to explain it by broadening his training with more and more difficult tasks to widen the circle of what his mind thinks possible, but it still seems like a huge breakthrough. Like climbing Everast or the four minute mile.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cartman View Post
                I was only ever a climbing gym climber. And even then, knowing I was harnessed and roped up, I would get that feeling where my body didn't want to obey my mind when I would have to, for example, deal with an overhang, or something pretty (for me anyway) crazy.

                I've known many, many, trapshooters who have taken such a pounding over the years that their finger just won't pull the trigger anymore and they need to use a release trigger to trick their body/mind into obeying the command to fire. This guy overcomes all resistance. Whether it's from mental discipline or because he's wired differently, I'm impressed either way.

                He tries to explain it by broadening his training with more and more difficult tasks to widen the circle of what his mind thinks possible, but it still seems like a huge breakthrough. Like climbing Everast or the four minute mile.
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                This guy, this badass climb, It not a breakthrough for this sport . It is a Pinnacle moment forsure in this sport . It really more of just pure privilege . if your your running in that circle, hanging with, witnessing, or just appreciation of , the rare, right guy born with the muscle tissue and correct wiring to step-up and take it. Hopefully he will last a while, be on top of his game, make his mark and records and get out . Most of them die to early .
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                • #9
                  True.
                  Please don't confuse me with someone else. I am not Hide member "Eric Cartman" or another member that incorporates "Cartman" into their name. I am, and have always been, just "Cartman".

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                  • #10
                    There is a reason that up until this point it had never been done.

                    These guys do seem come to sudden, if not unexpected endings.
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                    • #11
                      Oh hell no!

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                      • #12
                        El cap free climb. Yep that's balls.
                        These guys are kinda ballish too:
                        https://forum.snipershide.com/forum/...isle-of-man-tt

                        R

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Rthur View Post

                          El cap free climb. Yep that's balls.
                          These guys are kinda ballish too:
                          https://forum.snipershide.com/forum/...isle-of-man-tt

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                          Guys sure did doing that race.
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                          • #14
                            Its amazing. Climbing 5.13d is more than 2 full grades above my hardest leads I ever did (5.11b). He can climb harder and doing that grade so far off the deck ropeless is completely off the hook.
                            I do think the free solo thing is nuts as I dont love anything as a sport that has a gauranteed end like that if anything goes wrong. I understand taking risks and even accepting risk of death, such as our Mil and LEO folks here or as a dad if I were able to take a bullet and save my kid.
                            I love the discussion about the power of the human mind. Our brains can do much much more than we let them.0 Try walking 16-20' of 1200F coals barefoot. Thats a decent place to start!

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                            • #15
                              Some views may not be worth the trouble at my age...
                              Good marksmanship is no accident.

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by powdahound76 View Post
                                Its amazing. Climbing 5.13d is more than 2 full grades above my hardest leads I ever did (5.11b).
                                11b is a proud lead. I grew up at the time when soloing in the US was really taking off. I would typically solo something 3 or 4 grades below my onsight limit - if I liked the look of it. I once soloed a steep 5.9 with an overhanging offwidth finish and that cured me for a while.

                                Alex is amazing - I hope he survives his wild years.

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by 2ndamendfan View Post
                                  Saw that, nuts as fuck. Said he passed a group around the two hour mark that were just waking up in their hanging tents. Normally takes a couple days with safety gear. That guy needs to sit back and chill out for awhile.
                                  Alex is about as chill as it gets, which is a big part of why he is able to do these climbs. He's free solo'd so many big walls in the valley (Yosemite) and around the world, and this solo has been on his plate for a few years. It's all calculated risk for him, he's done his homework. He Solo'd the Nose, mostly without a rope, then did 3 Valley big walls in under 24 hours (The Nose, Half Dome, Mt. Watkins) Free solo'd Half Dome, Free solo'd in Mexico, Portero Chico, Climbed 290 pitches in under 24 hours, Climbed 4 Zion big walls in a day. He is as laid back as it gets. He doesn't have fear or freak out under about any circumstance. If he wanted to die, it would be as easy as letting go. This is what he was put on earth to do, and if one day, after 40 years of climbing, he peels off and pancakes, he will have lived 40 or 50 of the most fun years he could have. He puts his rock shoes on and goes to work, doing what he loves most, every minute of every day.

                                  These big climbs take 3 to 5 days, even weeks, because most other climbers have to pack a gallon of water each per day, food, clothing, gear, portaledge, sleeping bags, first aid gear, etc. He ropes up and climbs them in a casual 2.5 to 10 hours since he doesn't have the logistics of hauling 250 pounds of gear. There are elite climbers, and then there is Alex.

                                  Valley Uprising.... it's on Netflix, a very fun documentary on Yosemite climbing, and totally worth watching. I got to watch it in Yosemite, with many of the climbers featured in it, damn that was fun.

                                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQXWnoipdFE

                                  Scott

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                                  • #18
                                    Powerful

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                                    • #19
                                      wouldn't do that for me million $.

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                                      • #20
                                        That's crazy. He must not have any guns to lose if he falls. That's why I wouldn't try it

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                                        • #21
                                          I love seeing when my two worlds (climbing and shooting) collide. I spend way more time climbing. Way more money on shooting.

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                                          • #22
                                            not sure if hes stupid or ballsy
                                            Life begins at 160 mph

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                                            • #23
                                              Originally posted by A5scott View Post

                                              Valley Uprising.... it's on Netflix, a very fun documentary on Yosemite climbing, and totally worth watching. I got to watch it in Yosemite, with many of the climbers featured in it, damn that was fun.

                                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQXWnoipdFE

                                              Scott
                                              Those guys in Valley Uprising during the 60s early 70s take the phrase FN NUTS to a new level.

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                                              • #24
                                                Originally posted by packratt View Post

                                                Those guys in Valley Uprising during the 60s early 70s take the phrase FN NUTS to a new level.
                                                cool man, you watched it? I was just back in Yosemite Valley two weeks ago. Yeah, those climbers were doing what was thought to be impossible, and they were their own best chance of rescue if crap hit the fan. magical place and time for sure.

                                                Scott

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                                                • #25
                                                  Now that its fall I "get to" climb my ladder and clean my gutters.....
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