You are a rock-climbing god – or you want to be – but finding time to push your climbing skills to their max is hard and the 12-foot ceiling in your house practically guarantees you won’t do much climbing in the comfort of your own home. Prepare for that height-induced restriction to go away.
The Climbing Wall Treadmill does for climbers what the regular treadmill did for runners by taking actual distance out of the equation. You no longer have to actually climb Mt. Everest to simply feel like you’re climbing Mt. Everest.
This unique vertical treadmill adjusts from -20° to +5° from vertical, letting you tackle a variety of slopes, and the handholds/footholds can be adjusted in four different positions to maximize your workout. While it stands only 10.2 feet high, you can climb to your heart’s content because the spinning track keeps going as long as you do, and you don’t have to worry about dealing with any awkward controls during your climb because it’s powered 100% by the climber’s weight. The only electronics involved is the LED display on the frame that shows time elapsed, distance climbed, and calories burned.
The $9,000 price tag might seem steep but this piece of exercise equipment might be worth it if climbing is your passion.