It’s just another competition where you have to pull on plastic holds on new problems. Continue to have fun while doing the best you can on that specific day. We all have good and bad days.
You spent some time in Squamish and sent a V10. Was that a dream come true? I didn’t expect to climb a V10 during my trip or even try such a grade in Squamish in 2016. It was the f irst trip that I was trying V9s and V10s because I was sending V7s and V8s relatively fast. I only have three years of outdoor climbing experiences so I believe I still have a lot to learn. When it comes to climbing on rock, I am realistic about of the work I need to do regarding V6 to V9 boulders movements and finger strength before I consider myself a V10 climber or even dreaming of V11s and harder.
Who is one of your climbing heroes and why?