Is there a climb I can TR to work this technique?
Just a reflexion
The number of post is 32 and the number of people reading it is 430. That's means that approximately 430/32 people read it (around fifteen person follow the discussion).
At the begining, the question was very simple: a climb to work layback technique. We have ggood answer and after a while, we can understand that many route have layback movement and there is also many place where we can work that technique.
At the end, some one talking about bolt (sport section) on a route that a handfull of person can do. There is nothing about trad normal person. I mean some one who begin to climb, work fourty hours, can't have the ten or fifteen hours of training to be able to climb 5.12, except by cheating (knowing the move previously, making it many time by trying the route, red sanding it in making the movement fast to not be burned before the end of the route).
In the old time, there is more like fifty person listening to a discussion around the cliff (we didn't have internet) I remember to listen about climbing in a wet situation where they said that it was not the feet that are more sleepery, but the hand that didn't stick to the rock (meaning that tope roping in a wet day could be a good exercise for feet works).
Did the person who write things think that some people like to join or follow a discussion if the discussion is at there level? Are experience climber supposed to ask the good question to improve the safety of climbing?... and are young people supposed to talk to see if the techniques that they use are safe?