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NFL Dyno 

Hueco: V11 Font: 8A

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V11 Font: 8A [details]
FA: Alex DiFelice, 2005
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Submitted By: JNE on Jul 4, 2009

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Evan on the fun sit start to the beautiful line.

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Start on the big, football-shaped sloper, and dyno to the sloper at the lip. This attracted many suitors before it finally went down at the Vedauwoo bouldering competition in 2005. While the stand is a nice test of power, the full visual line climbs in from a low jug down and right (and is surprisingly not dabby), adding a few fun and flowing moves of roughly V6, creating a really fantastic dyno problem. The low start was first done by Chris Schulte.


This is on the east side of the big boulder directly in front of Out Of Sight, which is visible from the trail.


Pad(s). Though the landing is perfectly flat, you often come off onto your back or knees.

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By chris schulte
Oct 18, 2010

2nd Andre di Felice.
3rd me.
Has anyone done the pretty, but LOW, low start yet?
By molony
Oct 23, 2010

To the best of my knowledge, the low start has been ignored for the most part. Looks like the strong kids need to get out and change that.
Apr 12, 2012

Here is a video: archive.org/details/nfldyno-2-... ...

and here is another one. Please pardon the wonkiness of it, since a friend originally put it together to try for a specific commercial contract. BTW, did not send the sit in the video, but have done it since :).

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