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    So, a big part of trying to figure out how to do a particular climb isn't always necessarily how to do each move, but the sequence that you're doing it and how to climb a way that's right and appropriate for your body type and your climbing style. There's lots of folks that are tall climbers, short climbers, male climbers, female climbers.

    Everybody's body type is different, and your climbing style is going to reflect that. So, watching Tiffany and Gaz both climb the same boulder problem, you'll see some evident differences in the way they approach that climb.

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    So when you're in a climbing gym you're going to see lots of tape spread out all over the walls. All those pieces of tape are marking specific climbs, and those specific climbs are designed to start at the bottom of the wall and extend all the way to the top. The grading is different for whether or not you're climbing a route or a boulder problem.

    There are two scales that you'll typically find in climbing gyms. When you're bouldering most boulder problems are going to have what's known as a V-grade. The V stands for Vermin. John the Verm Sherman is the gentleman who invented that systtem. Started down in Waco, Texas. There's a big bouldering area there called the Waco Tanks which kind of gave birth to the V-scale as it's known.

    Bouldering grades begin at V0 and go all the way up to about V15 or V16 right now. Pretty substantial difference in the way each boulder problem progresses and the difficulties between a V1 and a V2, and a V2 and a V3. Also very subjective when you're dealing with how to grade a boulder problem. Everybody climbs differently, lots of different body types, lots of different route setters.

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