Master of Movement Video

Mainstream portrayls of climbing can be a bit over te top. Often times, the media portrays climbing as brimming with heroics and boldness so much so that it becomes downright comical.  Recently, Bear Grylls was spotlighted in The Master of Movement.  He jumps! He places cams! He wears approach shoes on routes and stems on blank walls.  Grylls is a well known British adventurer and has climbed Everest, he crossed the Atlantic Ocean in a rigid inflatable boat, an he also had a dinner party in a hot air balloon, creating a world record for the highest open-air formal inner party.  Here's a great video of a man who eats cavier at 25,000 ft.

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