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A Dyno is an advanced technique used in climbing in which the practitioner leaps from a hanging position and grabs a higher ledge. Their are two types of dyno's- a one legged dyno and a two legged dyno.
one legged dyno Instructions
- be hanging on a ledge with your feet on the wall to start out, with your feet on the wall. Make sure thier is another ledge above you.
- release the tension on your arms so that they are straight.
- pull up with your arms to do pull up so that your head is above your hands (you can push off the wall with your leg to gain additional momentum for the pull up), and your feet are right below your hand
- using the momentum of your pull up, stick one knee between your legs and push off with that. As you go up, thrust out your knee to gain additonal momentum.
- as you go up grab onto the next ledge.
- If you miss then grab onto the ledge you were just hanging on as you fall down.
- once the preferred ledge is grabbed. prepare to perform another dyno or pull your self up to the top.
two legged dyno instructions
- be hanging on a ledge with your feet on the wall to start out, with your feet on the wall . Make sure there is another ledge above you.
- release the tension in your arms so that they are straight and your waist is between your legs.
- push off with both legs, while thrusting your knee up to gain additional momentum
- grab on to the upper ledge
- This is a very dangerous move, as there is a high risk of not catching the ledge and falling. Do not attempt this move over a high drop and/or a hard surface.