I'd venture to guess that the stand-up version to Hell Belly is done more frequently than the ridiculously hard sit-start. That being said, I feel it warrants its own description.
The stand-up starts with the left hand on the jug-flake and the right hand as high on the right arete as you can get it. Clever toe and heel hooks aid in some awesome compression moves to some barely-there crimps and a glorious top-out.
If its your first time sending, your obligated to do the scary V3ish highball finish, as for Chaos. Have fun with that.
Just left of Chaos on the obvious compression feature that can't be missed.
Flat, easily padded landing. Committing moves though, so a spotter would be nice.
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