I first thought that speed climbing was climbing recklessly fast only on huge walls like El Cap. Overtime I have figured out neither of these ideas are true. Speed climbing is just climbing really efficiently and can be done anywhere. Even at a single pitch sport crag. I wrote this with exactly that in mind. Sport climbing is way more practiced than big wall climbing so I took the stance on efficiency to a local sport crag to hopefully help others achieve the only thing better than climbing: more climbing.
Interesting Read. Sort of a guide to "sport climbing for people who really only like long trad routes". Personally I prefer to climb like 6 pitches a day at a higher, more challenging (for me) grade, taking hour+ breaks between burns. The only thing better than more climbing = climbing harder? Personal preference I suppose. I know a lot of people who fall into both camps. I also like throwing down on long stuff.