CLMBR Resistance Settings: Do's and Don'ts

Reaching for new heights is one of CLMBR's core beliefs. It is fun to see the CLMBR Community challenging themselves in new and exciting ways. Yet, as people are becoming more and more familiar with the machine, there is the temptation to 'hack' CLMBR's resistance to make the world's best workout even harder. There are several reasons why this is imprudent. 

  It can cause irreparable damage

  If a user adjusts their resistance outside of the manufacturer's settings, the internal belts that drive the resistance will begin to slip teeth and shortly after can break and/or shred the belts. That will destroy the machine's resistance system, voiding the warranty and requiring a complex rebuild. The resistance "max" is calibrated specifically for the forces exerted on each system.

  It violates warranty:

  If someone 'hacks' their CLMBR, it voids their warranty. If the machine breaks as a result of those hacks, there will be no refund or replacement sent by CLMBR. Hacking the resistance is considered an unauthorized repair. If a user adjusts a CLMBR outside of its factory settings, the user is doing so at their own expense and risk.  

  There are ways to make CLMBR more challenging without hacking it. We recommend trying ankle weights, a weighted vest, wrist weights, leg bands, or resistance bands. Also, an additional challenge we suggest is sprinting long range at resistance level 11. It is a grueling run for even the most advanced climbers! CLMBR also allows for a vast range of motion that can provide more challenges for its users.

  [Note: If adding weights, please make sure total weight of user is under 350lbs]

  Here are some recommendations: 

  CLMBR Cardio Bundle ($95.99): This is a steal.

  Mat. Towel. Resistance bands. Amazing Swig water bottle. For under $100?! This is the perfect bundle for new CLMBRs who are getting ready to strive for new heights.

  Bala x CLMBR Power Ring ($85.00): Want to extend your workout off the CLMBR? Grab a Power Ring – a hybrid between the kettlebell and the dumbbell. The Power Ring is perfect for more than 75 unique movements. Press, hold, swing, and squat to increase strength, agility, endurance, and balance. 

  Bala 1LB Bangles ($49):  At one pound each, Bala Bangles add constant resistance to your workout. Wildy versatile, they can be worn on wrists or ankles for training and recreational activities alike.

Denver, CO, USA



Denver, CO, USA