WHY VERTICAL CLIMBING IS ONE OF THE SAFEST AND LOWEST IMPACT EXERCISES

Keeps joints healthy today and in the future

When investing in a new piece of fitness equipment, it’s not only important to assess its effectiveness but also the potential long-term consequences it will have on your body. Buying a treadmill may help you reach your fitness goals in the next year, but the long-term effects on your joints and tendons may not be as positive.

That is what sets vertical climbing apart. Climbing is one of the safest and lowest impact exercises on the market. It keeps your joints and muscles healthy today and in the future. Vertical climbing is incredibly low-impact and safe. Your feet stay planted for the entirety of the exercise, eliminating pressure and pounding on joints and ligaments.



Keeps spinal alignment, prevents injury, and strengthens all muscle groups

Climbing allows for a natural, athletic position and ergonomic spinal alignment. The design helps to reinforce good posture and strengthen the core to help combat slouching. The cross-crawl movement of climbing makes proper form intuitive and easy to maintain. Because of all these features, vertical climbing is a perfect tool for physical rehabilitation. When climbing, the user is in a partial weight-bearing position conducive to successful rehabilitation and exercise of orthopedically and cardiac impaired patients. Climbing also helps prevent injury by strengthening all muscle groups and protecting ligaments, tendons, and muscles.

Effective and Low-Impact

Chauncey Billups, head coach of the Portland Trail Blazers and CLMBR Ambassador, said, "The thing that attracted me most to vertical climbing is that as a long-time professional athlete, my body hurts at times. You retire, you have so many injuries, and you put so much stress and pressure on your joints and ligaments over the years. Now I have found vertical climbing. You can get a heck of a workout without putting a lot of stress on your body and on your tendons and ligaments, which is something I was used to, but it's also something that I needed a major break from.” Vertical climbing is a highly effective workout that burns more calories than running, spinning, and rowing all while being safe and low-impact. You can’t get much better than that.


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