Such a great hangboard for intermediate climbers. I love the wood boards.
Has everything I need to train and some, and my max Is 5.12a/b currently. There’s a good variety of edges and pockets, and I really like the jugs because I am working towards one arm pull-ups, and the jugs allow for good offsets as a beginner/intermediate climber.
It's been too many days to remember since I've last been able to climb. Quarantine has broken me... until Beastmaker 1000 arrived.
Coupled with the Beastmaker App (worth the $3-4), this hangboard mounted on my pull up bar has me feeling like Megos after eating a bundle of carrots. Fret not, long necked friends, I'm sure Ondra uses wooden holds to train too. You'll feel like a champ. The people's champ.
Move aside Honnold, after all this training, I'm going to set the speed record for free soloing the stair case.
(P.S. Hangboard training is hard and the Beastmaker App is brutal. Always warm-up your fingers, take rest days, and know when to back off.) Cheers!
I selected this hangboard because I read that the wood was easier in your hands than a synthetic material. I’m blown away by how true that turned out to be. It is slightly harder to grip, which isn’t really a negative because it only makes you work harder. The price was fair, as you definitely get what you pay for. The product had no blemishes or rough spots. I mounted it on a door mount from BlankSlateClimbing and it fit perfectly. Now I can easily put it up and take it down without putting holes in the wall.