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Train, Simply: Hangboarding for Beginners

Train, Simply: Hangboarding for Beginners

If you’re new to hangboarding read on to learn about some of the basics to get you started off right. The benefit of having a Pullboard at home is that you can easily work in several finger strengthening sessions throughout the week.

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Santa Claus: Climbing in the Arctic North

Santa Claus: Climbing in the Arctic North

We love outdoor adventures. But the next best thing is to live vicariously and share and experience the climbing adventures of our friends and community. To kick off our travel interviews we managed to get a short interview with THE BIG GUY (AKA SANTA CLAUS) and get his take on climbing in the Arctic.

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Hangboard training on the Pullboard hangboard with a three fingers half crimp grip.

Train, Simply: Getting Started

Our Pullboards are designed with a training rail progression for systematic finger strengthening. Here's a few tips on getting started including considerations for hang length, grips and form.

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Hangboard training on the Pullboard hangboard with a three fingers open hand grip.

Train, Simply: Warm Down

Always complete your finger training session with a warm down, which are geared towards long term injury prevention. Add some static stretching and self-massage on any area that feels tight.

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Hangboard training on the Pullboard hangboard with a two finger open hand grip.

Train, Simply: Warm Up

Before you start a routine, make sure you do a proper full body warm up so you can push your training but minimize the risk of getting injured. Don't skip your warm up.

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