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Show Notes for episode with Tonde Katiyo:
- A bit of background on Tonde Katiyo
- How his focus as a head routesetter has changed since moving from the Seattle Boulder Project to Allez Up in Montreal
- His explanation of circuits in the bouldering gym and how they can benefit everyone
- How to stay creative
- There is no difference between commercial and competitive climbing
- The history and theory behind the RIC (Risk, Intensity, Complexity) Scale; an elegant way of viewing problems
- How how composes his routesetting crew and what he is searching for in a team
- How do you define quality?
- How to manage diversification of problems while maintaining quality
- How he learned to make changes to a program without backlash from the clientele
- His work with the routesetting group L’Ouvre-Boîte that he helped found
Related Links and Sponsors for Tonde Katiyo:
- “The Fundamentals of Routesetting” by: Louie Anderson
- L’Ouvre-Boîte | www.ouvreboite.eu
- The Allez Up Website | www.allezup.com/en/
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