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% improvement required to reach next grade 3-Nov-2016 At 4:22:14 PM Rocksinmyhead
Grades are definitive, and so the maths is straight forward. A grade 11 is 10% harder than a grade 10, but a grade 21 is only 5% harder than a grade 20.

So it's mathematically easier to progress as climbs get harder. A grade 34 is only 3% harder than a grade 33, so I don't get what's holding up progress.

If you, like the rest of the climbing populace (including myself) find progressing to the next grade increasingly difficult, you are clearly deluded.

Obviously, we all just need to htfu.

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