This particular video focuses on deadhangs. A deadhang is essentially just hanging from a hold. The longer you can do a deadhang, the stronger you likely are.
- Select 5 hold types. And make sure that you can hang from them for 2 to 12 seconds.
- You will do one deadhang on each hold (each hand).
- There should be a 90-second rest between deadhangs.
- Failure should take place in 12 seconds or less. If you can hold on for longer than 12-seconds, then you should choose different holds.
- Keep track of your time and identify holds that are harder for you. Work on those and establish goals and benchmarks to measure your ability.