“RIG”, a series of holds to train your “seeing skill”, is now available.
The RIG is shaped in such a way that controlling the foothold is not a straightforward task. It’s the kind of hold that you can find out a lot about by reading the hints on the unevenness of the hold and using it through trial and error.
The hold is a jug, but the basic shape that can induce a natural holding feeling from ergonomics is kept, and there are a bit more bad jug shapes with a spice. Although they are more difficult, they can be used in combination with other holds and with pinpoint accuracy to effectively create the flavor of the problem.
Also, I am planning to do a live shape using RIG in October. I will be doing some live shaping and explaining the holds, so please keep an eye out for that. I’ll post the schedule on Twitter as soon as it’s finalized.