Wondering if you learn more and become a better climber by trying hard things onsite or trying to learn all the beta and going for a flash? Ive done a lot of hard (for me) onsites but Ive never worked toward a hard flash. I have a pretty good understanding of what you learn on onsite attempts but what do you all think is the learning curve for flash climbing?
I've been analyzing data from a random sample of about 3000 climbers, the problem is reporting accuracy on mountain project. Many don't reliably report onsight or flash. I have the means to gather the data if you want to find the ratio of flash to onsights it takes about an hour to gather 200 names (with anywhere between 3-10 climbers per name), just DM me. I can't do it right now because I'm busy with other projects, but you can totally run it, online even through google collab.
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Date began RCTM: Oct 2018 Starting level: 10+, v3 (outdoor) Current level : 11b, v3 (outdoor) Currently in suspended Cycle 3(hangboard maintenance during covid)