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Northernladlovesgravy - on 12 Oct 2017
Not got a clue how i can use one to help my strength so thought id ask for some ideas? My mates just built one in garage
ian caton on 13 Oct 2017
In reply to Northernladlovesgravy:

Google it.
MischaHY - on 13 Oct 2017
In reply to Northernladlovesgravy:

Let me google that for you.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Rock+climbing+circuit+board+training

krikoman - on 13 Oct 2017
David Riley - on 13 Oct 2017
In reply to krikoman:

Yeah, but my Z90 does it all for you.

http://www.routoutcnc.com/z90router.html
kevin stephens - on 13 Oct 2017
In reply to Northernladlovesgravy:

As you seem to be based in or near to Sheffield just use the brilliant circuit board at the Climbing Works. The f6b+ and two 6c circuits are very good and very effective for strength and power endurance. In a few months I went from not being able to do the easiest to lapping all 3
stp - on 14 Oct 2017
In reply to Northernladlovesgravy:

How you use it will depend to a large extent on what it was designed for. If it's a steep board with relatively small holds you might find you can only do a few moves at a time. That will be great for getting stronger. You make up boulder problems with moves that are challenging. It won't be so good if you want to get more endurance.

For endurance you want to do longer problems and lots of them. Try not to get completely pumped by going to failure. If you do you'll just have to wait longer before you can go again. But if the board is too steep or the holds are too small it might not be possible train endurance on it.
krikoman - on 14 Oct 2017
In reply to David Riley:

> Yeah, but my Z90 does it all for you.


Think of the cost though!

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