The CLMBR mobile app allows you to stay connected to your CLMBR from anywhere. Push notifications about your progress will keep you motivated and notify you when new classes, challenges and competitions are available. You'll be able to choose from over 500 classes, set benchmarks to track your progress and much more!
As a member of CLMBR’s Premium and Metrics+ membership, every recorded climb that is completed counts towards a badge of achievement. These badges are earned based on several factors during climbing: distance, milestones, streaks, holidays, records, variety, and challenges. The badges collected by completing these achievements illustrate each of these factors and are displayed on their account profile and CLMBR’s customizable screen.
Goals and Activity Tracking
The Activity Tracking feature helps climbers to keep a consistent record of their completed climbs and challenge themselves to hit personal records. Users can track metrics such as distance climbed, badge progress, and average pace throughout their workout. Additionally, with the Fitness Goal filter on the app, climbers can target the type of workout they are most interested in. Users can select from; endurance, recovery, cardio, athletic performance, and strength training to view classes that specifically focus on their desired goals.
The Challenge feature motivates members to push themselves to the next level during each climb. These challenges highlight a new and exclusive climb that is added monthly. After climbers have attempted each challenge, the leaderboard is generated based on the calculations of distance and time per climb. The most recent addition to the challenges is the La Rambla mountain, which stands at a whopping 13,470 feet.
The Competition feature can be found under the Challenge tab and helps to encourage engagement in the CLMBR community and competition against other climbers. Members can choose to participate in either distance or time-based competitions and will then be matched against four other competitors. The winner of each Competition is determined by comparing each competitor's fastest times from their race.
By using the Class feature, climbers can work out alongside their favorite CLMBR guides as they are instructed through assorted levels of classes. There are three difficulty levels of the classes (beginner, intermediate and advanced) and the class collection is constructed to fit every skill level. Each class is timed and recorded, and overall metrics can be viewed after every session. The collection feature can also be used to view the new classes that are offered under a different theme monthly.
The Guided Climb option helps newer climbers test their skills by completing interval climbs with the assistance of a visual aide to follow along with. This feature gives members the ability to view their interval time, target their metrics (tempo, reach, power and distance) and choose their preferred difficulty level, similar to that of the Class feature.
The Benchmark feature is a way for CLMBR users to measure their progress and track their endurance, sprint and power levels after each completed climb. The endurance level is how long it takes to climb to 500 feet, the power level is how much power climbers are able to produce in 30 seconds (power is calculated by combining the user’s stroke length, pace, and resistance setting) and the sprint level is based on how many vertical feet can be climbed in 30 seconds.