Murphy hadn't been to Snowy Mountain in a couple of years and set his sights on finally sticking the dyno move on Never Left Hueco (V8). The move itself is not difficult for someone who has a decent wingspan; however for a shorter climber like Murph this move could feel nearly impossible or double-digits in comparison. He wasn't able to stick the move but with a power spot we were able to finally determine that he can make the huge move and his psych for the problem was at an all time high. I took a screen shot from a video showing one of his attempts on the dyno and if you look closely, he in nearly on the hold! So pumped for the little guy!!! Strazza and his girlfriend Sada have both recently returned home from a lengthy climbing trip and they looked fit as ever. Being able to climb on real rock for an extended period of time definitely helps with technique, strength and power and it was pretty evident watching the two of them climb.
I am looking forward to our next session together, but not looking forward to the flying insect invasion! It was unbearable at times up there in the forest.