Entreprises Kineboard


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Fingerboard- Training for Climbing

The perfect tool to help you improve your climbing. Enterprises' top shape designers worked with a physiotherapist to create this ergonomic board that aims to help your joints regain strength after injury or build strength when training without compromising your joints. The definite easiest way to improve your climbing is through training your finger strength using a board like this, simply hang on the holds repeatedly and the gains will follow through to your climbing (though it generally takes 12 weeks to see any gains).

A great gift for any avid climber who wants to improve their grade. Or an essential piece of equipment for any climber/ boulderer.

  • Colour: Blue
  • Dimensions: 60 x 20 x 12 cm


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