Vertical climbing is unlike any other cardio exercises. Full body, low impact and efficient, follow the steps below to crush your first climb!
Make sure to wear closed-toed sneakers while climbing. No special climbing shoes are required. Breathable and comfortable athletic clothing is recommended. Be sure to pace yourself and take breaks when you need them. It's also important to make sure that you're keeping a loose grip on the handlebars and taking a second to move your feet. This will help avoid any numbness that may occur in hands and feet while your body adjusts to vertical climbing.
Because of the intensity of the CLMBR workout, it is important to start small and work your way up to more challenging climbs. The CLMBR’s incremental resistance ranging from 1 to 11 offers the option to choose from varying levels of difficulty. By starting with an introductory class on a low resistance and slowly increasing the duration and resistance of your climbs, you will help your body become adjusted to the workout.