As the nights draw in and summer comes to an end (!), thoughts start to turn next year's projects. Whether you want to finally make that 7b route, confidently make the moves for your on-site attempt, or just crimp harder then you need to TRAIN!
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Metolius make an excellent range of training products suitable for everyone from novices with limited space to experts with room to spare.
Short on space? Try our Rock Rings or Portable Power Grips- these training tools will easily hang from a pull-up bar and can be quickly and easily moved as required. The free-hanging nature is kind to wrists, enhances core stability and allows off-set moves. They are versatile and can be used in conjunction with a full fingerboard set up. SRP from £25
Want great value? Try the Project Fingerboard. This has all the essential features you need including rounded and 45 degree slopers, various edge sizes, 2- and 3- finger pockets and jugs for a bargain £50 price.
Want the full works? Coming soon... the new Contact Fingerboard is the new top of the range board from Metolius. Featuring pinches, open handed jugs, a massive assortment of edges including matched sized rails at top and bottom for offset moves and extra small rounded edges- this is our best board yet! Due to arrive late 2012... (please note the photo is a sample, the finished article will be less brown...!)
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