A Difficult Game About Climbing – How-To: A One-Handed Dyno Action

Guide to One-Arm Dyno

Intro

A one-handed dyno in climbing refers to a dynamic move where a climber launches themselves off one hand to reach a distant hold using only that hand, without relying on the other hand for support during the movement. It requires explosive power and precise coordination to successfully execute.

The Motion

  1. Hold grabbing arm bottom right, swing it to the left and then do a diagonal movement up and towards where you’re jumping to.
  2. Let go of your holding arm right before it straightens out all the way.

The swing movement can be relaxed but the diagonal throw needs intention and force.You want to avoid swinging through the diagonal throw part because it spins your body and makes it really hard to control your arms.

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3 Comments

  1. Finally, spin can also be produced by releasing the pressure too late, which would cause your arm to straighten.

  2. Going too horizontally at step 2, as opposed to diagonally, can also result in not going very high.

  3. If you fail, here’s how to figure out what went wrong (though this could be off):
    Keep it straight; if you spin, you’ve swung through the diagonal!
    You let go too late if you abruptly lose all of your speed as you release; your arm straightened out and all of your momentum was absorbed.

    In the event that you lose no momentum but don’t wind up with enough speed, you may have swung too little or released too soon.
    It appears that this might be the result of your initial swing being too jagged rather than curved if you don’t go very high.

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