3 KEY elements to learn EASY climbing techniques 15th August 2018 – Posted in: Blog, Bouldering gym, Climbing gym, climbing holds, Exercises

3 KEY elements to learn EASY climbing techniques Progress in technique is accessible to everyone. This is also one of the first things to work when you start. What is the technique for? To allow you to save the best your energy. And so keep your muscle strength for the movements that really require it. But even if everyone can progress technically, you should know that there are 3 factors that make learning easier. 3…

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How to choose climbing holds for your gym? 4th February 2018 – Posted in: Blog, Bouldering gym, Climbing gym

Start by choosing the colours It’s the first step and the most important. You can build your gym with random colour but this is old school style and it’s gonna cost you lots of money. But, by colour, it’s gonna be more beautiful on your wall and easier for you to choose climbing holds. First, it’s gonna help you to select holds. For example, you are not going to buy jugs to the hardest colour…

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Slopers just for the bouldering gym? Or also for climbing gym? 11th January 2018 – Posted in: Blog, Bouldering gym, Climbing gym

Slopers for bouldering gym and crimps for climbing gym? Often people in my gym tell me that slopers are for bouldering gym and that crimps are for climbing gym. Is true or not? I think it depends on the routesetters and climbing in rock near where your routesetters train.   I give you an example: Here in Poland we have the Jura, which looks very much like Frankenjura in Germany. So we can talk about…

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Why buying climbing holds regularly is good for your climbers? 7th January 2018 – Posted in: Blog, Bouldering gym, Climbing gym

Climbing holds? Climbing grips? Two words to represent the heart of a climbing gym. Whether it’s just for bouldering or just for rope, or both. Climbing holds need to be carefully selected to make your gym live but also to be careful that your customers do not fall into weariness. That’s why it’s always better to ask many of your routesetter to make their choice to enjoy a wider range of grips you probably have…

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