15 DIFFERENT GRIPS
Holds: 45mm, 25mm, 20mm, 18mm
Holds + wedges: 35mm, 15mm, 10mm, 8mm
Inclined holds: 25mm / 30°
Two-finger holds: 50mm, 30mm
Flat holds: 35°, 20° - Jugs + central handle
This training hangboard is made of poplar wood , offering excellent grip and respect for your skin. The rounded sockets have also been designed to be as comfortable and ergonomic as possible.
The magnetic insert system allows you to challenge yourself and evolve by reducing the depth of the holds by 10 mm. Afraid of losing the magnetic inserts? No problem, you can store them on the magnetic holders on each side of the climbing hangboard.
Yes the product comes with the screws.
First, you should know that climbing is a complete sport that will require both physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects and that all these aspects are interconnected.
As a beginner, you must above all build the technical, tactical and mental aspects by climbing a lot, because the physique will not be limiting at this level. However, developing it will allow you to be more confident in climbing situations and facilitate the learning of other aspects. It will be necessary to be careful not to force too much on the fragile structures that are the fingers because they are not yet adapted to too great constraints.
Shipping costs are free on this product.
The VerticalBoard One is a so-called specific climbing training tool because it allows you to train aspects close to the activity such as suspension or pull-ups on holds. Working on this tool will induce physiological changes at the muscular level (hypertrophy, …) nervous (development of the neuronal network, recruitment of motor units …) and passive structures (reinforcements of tendons, pulleys, joints and ligaments).
To develop all these points, we offer you videos and sheets presenting exercises adapted to your level and your objectives designed and tested by our partner PC Training, specialist in tailor-made training planning, monitoring and improvement of climbing performance.
From the first uses, the beam will gain grip thanks to the creation of relief due to the accumulation of chalk. After thousands of uses on dishes, they will start to patinate and lose grip. Just sand with coarse sandpaper to bring a new youth to the wood and find the friction of yesteryear.
We have chosen to use poplar wood for its comfort, design and ecology characteristics. In addition to being soft to the touch, it offers a good grip while taking care not to damage your precious skin. In addition, it is a wood that is one of the fast-growing trees that consumes little water and captures more CO2 than the others (between 70 and 140 liters per hour)