What makes sport climbing so interesting is the way that moves change when you start stitching them together.
Sometimes “from the hang” is a reliable assessment tool. If the crux feels easy, we are strong enough for the route.
But if we fail at this point repeatedly when trying form the ground, “easy from the hang” becomes meaningless.
So what is changing? What is the limiting factor?
Tip: Endurance rarely tells the whole story.