Thanks everybody for taking the time to comment. I had a lot of technical problems when I edited this, and the shred itself also took a lot of time and effort to get, so it was satisfying to finally finish this project and get a video out.
A few responses/thoughts:
I got a couple nice comments on the in-mobius. That sick 3 was inspired by Mark Monistere, who hit in-mobius recently. While I had hit in-mobius before, I had never put it in a hard link. So that inspired me to put it in this sick 3.
The run starting with legbreaker-bs blur was inspired by Justin Dale’s first ten fearless combo. I saw his and thought: “bs blur looks cool in a fearless string,” so I resolved to put it in one.
All of the combos in the video were planned out, except for the one starting with jani-blurriest. I was just going for that link, and then I kept going. When I handcaught, I wasn’t sure if I made it to ten or not, but was stoked to check the film and find out I had.
The flailing swirling ss dlo was inspired by John Goode and Mark M. They kept going back and forth hitting stuff with that set, so I went out and gave it a try. I found it to be a lot of fun, so I pushed myself and hit this trick during my second session with the set. John and Mark hadn’t hit it before…is this an invention?
Phil Morrison’s fearless video is indirectly responsible for this video. After I watched his, I didn’t plan on making any videos at all, but I was inspired to try and get 10 fearless again. After I got one clip on tape, I decided to go for a couple more. Once I got to five, I planned on making a short video, but decided all my combos were too similar (all started with ewalk), so I forced myself to hit a few more with a bit more variety. Once I got to 12, I decided to make a video.
Similar to my beast video
, I’m probably going to lay off 10 fearless for a while, now that I've made a video. That said, it was a fun challenge and I’m happy to have a video of my results for posterity. Thank you again for watching, and extra thanks to those who commented.