Friday Feat: Sick Tour de Bloc Finals’ Move

 

“It’s all about practice!” said Sebastien (Seb) Lazure of this swing-and-jump move.

“The more you try these jumps the more you learn about how your body travels in the space. The coordination becomes more and more natural! A good trick is also to identify the trajectory needed for the jump from the ground and visualize it before you even try!”

Montreal-born Lazure found climbing 18 years ago after his mom brought him to the local gym. He quickly traded Judo for climbing and has since been on the Canadian team for a couple of years. Lazure’s best placement was 13th in the 2017 Vail Bouldering World Cup. He’s also bouldered up to V13/14 and sent routes up to 5.14b. Now 30, Lazure is a full-time architect, as well as the founder and sole employee of Plastick Holds. His holds have appeared at a Bouldering World Cup in Toronto.

Happy Friday y’all! Stay safe, keep training!

Thanks to @team_mustach for the footy!


 

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