A “heavy ground” is not just the surface you walk on, this area is not the surface of the earth. That being said, there are specific “low-hanging” obstacles that you have to overcome. The ground is heavy on the “low-hanging” obstacle because it’s harder for you to move from one place on the surface to that area on the ground. For instance, you have to step a long way over boulders or small rocks to get up higher in the hole. When you get to the top of the hole, you have to step several feet over boulders to reach the next area on the ground. So you have to do things quickly.
So what will my goal be when I jump the hole?
The first thing to do is to get up to the top of the hole. If you look carefully, you should see the rope climbing across the hole. As you ascend the rope, you have to balance the weight (which happens at a much slower rate than you would have at the bottom of the hole). Once you are up on the rope, jump on all fours to get your weight off the rope and onto your feet in order to move forward.
The rope will then fall down to take you to the base of the hole and you will be able to climb back up, but the rope will still be hanging from above you so you have to be careful to not let it fall to the bottom. For the next few steps, the rope will fall down toward you and as you move back, it will start to rise again so you can climb out of the hole.
What is a good strategy when jumping the hole?
It is important that you find the “sweet spot” for the “weight” of the rope. That is, at the time you think you are in your sweet spot, that is the weight of the rope that is taking you away from the end of your rope. When you find the time, jump the hole because once you do you can go forward as if nothing happened. And you will see that all of your weight is off the rope.
What can I use to test whether to jump a hole?
Once you jump the hole I will put a picture of the hole on a board in front of me. After a while of me looking at the picture, I will ask you to mark the spot on the board where the rock you have been standing on falls and where the hole starts to turn
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