Indoor Climbing

World-wide Gym List Find a gym listed by country, about 3,000 indoor climbing gyms listed.

Climbing Technique Learn training techniques with articles to help you climb and compete at a higher level.

Build a Climbing Wall at home and train whenever you want. Great ideas and tips to build a rocking home climbing wall.

Climbing Gear for the tools you need to succeed.

Indoor Climbing is an amazing sport

Indoor Climbing Overview With indoor climbing you will get both aerobic and anaerobic exercise engaging and working all muscle groups simultaneously, while using and improving balance and coordination. You will burn 500 to 700 calories per hour and work both strength and endurance simultaneously.

As an exercise, you really can’t do better than climbing. Indoor climbing will improve all aspects of your physical condition. You will see improvement in your balance, flexibility, and agility and develop both upper and lower body strength. Best of all, you will burn calories at a higher rate than most strenuous workouts and will do it before you know it.

Climbing gyms give you an enjoyable venue for social interaction with like-minded people. It's a place for trust building, camaraderie, and self confidence.

This is a fun sport for everyone, from novice, sport, competitive, to professional climbers it's an amazing activity or even lifestyle.


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Build a Climbing Wall

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Wall Accessories

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Climbing Gear

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Bouldering Gear

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Climbing Shoes

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Kids' Climbing Gear

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Climbing Competition

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