Max Climbing Maxgrip
The Max Climbing Maxgrip is a warm-up tool, strength trainer, and travel trainer all in one. The Maxgrip features six different gripping positions and, unlike static fingerboards, their free-hanging design forces you to activate your core and use the stabiliser muscles that are usually neglected during training. Whether you want your holds up high up or down low to the floor, the rope length adjusters allow you to quickly change the rope length for various exercises. For instance:
Training with uneven loads by hanging one hold higher than the other.
Push-up exercises with your hands on the Maxgrips offer a great challenge, activating your stabilising muscles.
Suspension trainer setup in order to train your antagonists and work on your posture.
Just like the Rockblob, the Maxgrip is a great solution for your mobile climbing gym or as a warm-up tool. You can easily take them on a travel, to a crag, to a competition or simply to the gym and suspend them to a tree branch, truss or indoor climbing wall, using the appropriate accessories.
Check out Max Climbing's Training Videos to see the range of pulling and pushing exercises that can be performed with the Maxgrip.
|DIMENSIONS||21.5 x 15 x 10.5 cm|
6 product reviews
Perfect for my needs. Something that I can put up and take down for home training on my pull up bar. Can also take one for warming up on at crag!
Perfect selection of grip positions for training and warming up on.
Quality is excellent, robust and likely to last a very long time. I'll be able to replace the cord myself if that ever wears through.
Good for a variety of exercises. The grips aren't too extreme so beginners can use. Installation instructions a bit vague but managed to fit it.
receved mine a week ago.
i have them hanging from te
ceiling, whit a carabiner.
it is a great tool to train at home. sice i dont have time to go to the climbing gym more than once a week.
the grips are perfect, i dont slide of them and the
balancing is verry good.
on the site from max climbing are a lot of training exercises. (from verry easy to verry hard)
the ropes are verry easy to change in hight.
the only minor disadvantage
is that the ropes on the holds are a bit short to come from the ceiling. to do the backrow the grips are a bit high of the ground.
but overall a great training tool
Maxgrips are a versatile alternative for a traditional fingerboard. I'm a beginner and this is the first and only thing I've incorporated into my training besides actually climbing.
The holds provide plenty of options: crimps, pinches, slopers and a jug. For a beginner the holds provide enough challenge for a long time. No pockets though.
What I like especially is that I can lower the grips close to the floor and do "assisted" hanging in a body row position. This way you can also activate your core muscles in a position similar to overhanging routes.
The only (tiny) complaint I have is that doing multiple repetitions of pinches can be a bit of a hassle since the holds rotate naturally to a wrong position and have to be readjusted after every rest.
Very good product and much more polyvalent than my old school ball.