Josh Edwards Sending God Module

by Paul L
(Ohio)

Here is a video of Josh Edwards making God Module V11 look easy.

Tell us what you thinking of this climbing video below.

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2 Responses to “Josh Edwards Sending God Module”

  1. Jdub Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at

    It doesn’t count if you use your foot to spring off the ground.A true send would be pulling both feet up to the rock and then moving using only momentum created from pushing against stone not dirt.

  2. Jdub Says:

    November 2nd, 2010 at

    God Module is a problem that I’ve wanted to do at Horse Pens since I first saw it.  The problem is only four moves long and starts on two small incut crimps and a bad smear foot.  The first move is definitely the hardest because you have to– pull onto the wall before deadpointing– up to a slopey, but good, crimp.  From there you have to lock off the left hand long enough to bring your right hand off the starting hold and match a good crimp next to the left hand.  After this you bring your left hand up to a bad sidepull crimp and launch somewhat blindly to a big jug.

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