Rock climbing is intense exercise that is fun, but when the weather is bad, you have to exercise indoors. You probably don’t have 40 foot ceilings needed to install a decent rock climbing wall in your home, so you’re stuck with boring treadmills, ellipticals, and exercise bikes. Enter the Rock Climbing Wall Treadmill, which allows for endless vertical climbs in limited space.
If exercise is fun, it makes it a lot easier to stay it shape. Climbing this wall treadmill looks like a lot of fun, and a very effective exercise platform for building strength and endurance. It has adjustments from -20 degrees to +5 degrees from vertical, it has adjustable holds, and it is powered by the climbers weight. All this means that it adjusts to your pace and skill level, and it can be customized for full body workouts designed for cardio fitness or building muscle.
This climbing wall treadmill only needs the same amount of floor space as a regular treadmill, yet its innovative design allows for a great variety of exercise programs. It has an LED display that shows you the distance climbed, time elapsed, and calories burned, so you can keep track of your workout. By adjusting the angle, you can simulate overhangs or slab climbing, to improve your climbing skills in addition to your strength and fitness.
This is the climbing wall with a continuously revolving face that enables endless vertical climbs. The face of the wall consists of hand- and foot-holds on individual panels that revolve like an upright treadmill, allowing climbers to scale to the height of Mt. Everest in their own home. The treadwall is motorless and powered solely by the climber’s weight, allowing climbers of all skill levels to climb at their preferred pace and stop without pressing any buttons. Digital display is powered by the included AC adapter.
The Climbing Wall Treadmill runs $9,500 at Hammacher Schlemmer. It’s pretty expensive, unless you are running a popular gym, so add it to your list on Rout and get it if it ever goes on clearance at a huge discount.