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Adam Leedy

Austin, TX
32 years old · Male

Member Since
Sep 18, 2008
Last Visit: Jun 5, 2018
785 Points
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Best Times to Meet: All weekend any weekend. Just let me know.
Likes Trad, Sport, Tr, Gym
Leads Follows
Trad 5.10d 5.10d
Sport 5.12a 5.12a
Boulders V6
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Comments View All 8

Nov 21, 2015
Added as V5 because that is what the book states. This problem is definitely not v5. v3 max. It's v4 sib… View Comment
Nov 29, 2014
Love this version of Mario so much more than the original low version View Comment
Nov 3, 2014
Climbed this thing three different ways since I was alone and had no one to tell me which holds were elimin… View Comment
Apr 28, 2014
Alfonso, I included the "tougher for shorter people" because the guide includes it but honestly I disagree.… View Comment
Nov 21, 2012
I agree with ptrgeorge. The top of this route is significantly harder than the rest. Didn't feel a single… View Comment
Sep 10, 2012
Sent this second go and it really is a fantastic climb. That said, the consensus at the crag was that this… View Comment

Forum Messages View All 95

General > Training Forum
Reply: Experience with Training Beta programs?
Dec 28, 2014 I really like a lot of the info on the traningbeta site. Their podcasts and blogs are super informative and very interesting. I do have the 6 week power endurance program and… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: How to Install Dowel Rods on a Campus Board?
Nov 19, 2014 I campus on the small metolius rung though I'm not very strong on it at all. I also do min edge dead hangs down to a 9mm edge (that's my min at the moment). Having done a lot… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: How to Install Dowel Rods on a Campus Board?
Nov 18, 2014 how thick is your backing board? I used 2 inch screws. My backboard is 22/32" thick plus a rung that is anywhere from 1.5" to .5" thick that means that the tip of the screw s… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: How to Install Dowel Rods on a Campus Board?
Nov 17, 2014 If you're using round dowels I'd shave some off the back to get a stable interface since you're exerting a lot of force on them while campusing and because you don't want the h… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: making campus-training more incremental
Oct 27, 2014 With the rungs at the standard 22cm apart and the smaller ones directly in the middle I've never noticed any interference at all. I wouldn't try to squeeze in all three sixes,… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: making campus-training more incremental
Oct 27, 2014 My progression on my home campus board started with the big rungs and looked like this: The first thing I worked at was laddering with matching rungs. So start matched on 1,… View Message