/ Which Portable Traing Aid/Hangboard

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FinlayThomson - on 10 Jan 2017
Does anyone have any recommendations on the best portable hangboard. The most popular seems to be the rock rings but has anyone tried out any of the crusher or problem solver portable boards? Or really any other recommendations at all!

Im going to be living in a van for a year or so travelling so im looking for something I can train where ever I am stopped.

Cheers
Scott K - on 10 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:

I knew I had seen something good recently. Check out this link. I suppose you could make it shorter with adjustable legs but if you have the length it shouldn't take up too much space.

https://www.trainingbeta.com/tom-lindner-climbing-tripod-beta/
AlH - on 10 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:
Take a look at
https://awesomewoodys.com
alx - on 10 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:

I use a problem solver hanzo board and their pinch grips. Good for warming up at the crag when there is nothing suitable or the rock is too rough
mike1979 - on 11 Jan 2017
In reply to Scott K:
I haven't tried it but like this concept...

www.fingerschinder.com
Paul Crusher R - on 11 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:

There's usually one of these http://crusherholds.co.uk/portable-fingerboards-hangboards/crusher-mission-portable-hangboard-finger... hanging from a first bolt at Malham and Kilnsey on a weekend. With the likes of Neil Mawson, Adam jee, Mark Katz, Vickers to name a few being owners. The camping shop in Margalef stock them specifically as the locals love them for warming up for the gnarly pockets out there. They are also made of top quality ash so super hard-wearing, but super lightweight.
stp - on 11 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:

Not a finger board but a pretty good looking and very portable training device are the Monki bars.

There are two versions, version 1 is smaller and lighter and cheaper. They're pricey but seem to be very well reviewed.

http://monkiibars.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKf0UKuY4Rw
s0458892 on 11 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:

Could make your own...

https://goo.gl/images/oEw58e
MischaHY - on 12 Jan 2017
In reply to FinlayThomson:

I love my Crusher Mission Board. It's lightweight, ergonomic and easy to hang. The best bit for me is the different angled finger pockets making it really straightforward to train front two and back two comfortably.
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alx - on 18:49 Mon
In reply to MischaHY:

I came across the crusher board in Rocklands, Steve Maisch has his hanging from a tree outside our respective homes so got a chance to play on it. Well balanced with a good selection of holds.

My problem solver hanzo board is way too small for long term use, my hands are too close to make it comfortable. Fine for Mrs Alx to train on in the gym but I'm restricted to one arm hangs which is not ideal.

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