Scott Benish:Reach right to arete, shift your weight to the right, fall in to the micro-dish in the sloper with your left, then flip your right hand around the arete so your forearm is against the right side of the arete.
Daniel Young:start with a heel around the arete. Greatly reduces the power needed for the first move. I also bicycle with my other foot as I move right.
Simon Rose:Get your weight all the way right before letting go with the left hand.
Iis about time I did this one. I didnt know how much I needed to do it until I saw it. Trickier than it looks and glossy. So fun! Surprisingly technical with the kneebar but then throw technique out the window and just dyno to the crimp hahaha
Definitely the hardest v5 I've encoutered.. but awesome! Tried the flexy beta that avoids the "catch move " move, but honestly I didn't feel like it was easier that way. Meat hook on the arete after the catch move saved the day