A dynamic move where the next hold is grabbed at the dead point of the move.
(n.) to catch a hold at the apex of upward momentum at the point where the climber will experience the least force. (see "dyno"). 2. (vb.) to perform a deadpoint ¥²¶·n§Q¥Î°ÊºAªº²3/4°Ê¥h§ì¨ìªº§â¤âÂI¡A¦]¬°¶ZÂ÷«Ü»·¡A¦pªG¨S¦³§ì¨ì§â¤âÂI¡A¤U³õ´N¬OåP¸¨¡F¦¨¥\3/4÷²v¤£¤j¡C¡i
A dynamic move which involves precision movement in order to catch the hold at the peak of the move before momentum waivers and gravity starts taking over.
The top of a swing or controlled lunge, when upward motion has stopped but downward fall has not yet begun.
The apex of an upward dynamic move.
The point in the climb, when, if you don't make the next move, you're looking at a closed casket funeral and a ruined weekend for your climbing partners.
A dynamic move where a climber lunges for a hold and hits it just at the point where he/she is no longer moving up or down. For example, lunging for a faraway pocket, where the fingers need to sink directly in. In other words, there's no chance of controlling the hold if the climber overshoots (can't grab it on the way back down), or undershoots.¤@Ó°ÊºAªº°Ê§@¡AÃkµnªÌ¥²¶·n¸õ¨ì³oÓÂI¡A¥Bè¦n¨ì³oÓ³Ì°ªÂI¡A¤£¦A¤W¤É¡]¤§«á·íµM´N©¹¤U°¤F¡^¡C¨Ò¦p¡An¸õ¨ì¤@Ó»·ªº¬}ÂI¡A¥²¶·nª1/2±µ´¡¤J¤~¥i§ì¦í¡A´«¨¥¤§¡A°²¦p1/2Ä¹LÀY©Î¤£°÷°ª¡A´N¨S¦³3/4÷·|§ì¦í¡]´Nºâ¬O¹LÀY©¹¤U±1/4®É¤]µLªk§ì¦í¡^¡C
A dynamic climbing technique in which a hold is grabbed at the very apex of upward motion, thereby placing the smallest possible load on the hold.