At a little over a minute long, the slickly edited video is provoking a range of emotions from those who have watched it.
"I felt the early stages of a panic attack just watching this," writes John Leonori on Instagram. "It's amazing to see what you do. You've earned my respect, for sure."
Another person asks, "What's the point of doing this without any protection? I mean, it's good to have a hobby, but please don't risk your life like this!"
Sherstyachenko is known for his heart-stopping stunts on social media. He tells MailOnline he wasn't scared because he has scaled higher buildings in the past. "Of course there was adrenaline but I wouldn't say I was scared," he says. "As you can imagine, each climb is challenging since you have to be very precise and careful."
Watch the vertigo-inducing video here:
Since being posted, the video has been viewed over 210,000 times on YouTube and over 280,000 times on Instagram.