Adam Ondra in the 9c project: You have to see these moves

Adam Ondra has been back in Flatanger, Norway for some time. He has dogged himself into a potential 9c line, which he has previously called "Project Hard".

Physiotherapist Klaus Isele has now published a video of Adam Ondra in the key section of the route. If you look at the movements that Adam Ondra shows, it's no wonder that Adam Ondra has a physiotherapist with him. Look for yourself.

Adam Ondra during bad weather training

The last few days have not been good for Adam Ondra's project. Other tours of the area were also wet. Time for Adam to climb a route “no feet” that would probably push many of them to their limits even with feet.

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