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Versaclimber or other vertical climbers?
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Contributors to this thread:
TNRAMBLINMAN 17-Jul-20
ground hunter 17-Jul-20
Bob H in NH 17-Jul-20
Dogman 17-Jul-20
midwest 17-Jul-20
midwest 18-Jul-20
TNRAMBLINMAN 18-Jul-20
Scrappy 18-Jul-20
Inshart 18-Jul-20
Adak Caribou 18-Jul-20
welka 19-Jul-20
From: TNRAMBLINMAN
17-Jul-20
At home or the gym has anyone used the vertical climbers over a period of time? I am looking to alternate days on the treadmill with something else that is lower impact and inside in the AC. Any comments on brands or effectiveness for training appreciated.

17-Jul-20
Do you have access to a pool. Military grade water work, is low impact, with tremendous results...... I can also assure you a serious pool water run, will do more than any treadmill, and save your knees.......

From: Bob H in NH
17-Jul-20
climbers work, so do stair machines, especially if you can up the tension or speed. Running in the pool is also great, as is swimming.

From: Dogman
17-Jul-20
The Versaclimber Is amazing. Used one to prep for a few sheep hunts. Awesome workout but not many gyms have them and they are speedy. Jacobs Ladder is probably just as good.

From: midwest
17-Jul-20
If I ever buy another piece of cardio equipment, it will be a Hiitmill X.

From: midwest
18-Jul-20

From: TNRAMBLINMAN
18-Jul-20
I used the versaclimber today at the y. I was pretty impressed. For a low impact machine it really works the legs. I am definitely adding this to my routine when at the gym.

From: Scrappy
18-Jul-20
I thought this thread was about a new climbing treestand, duuuu.

From: Inshart
18-Jul-20
+2 Scrappy. LOL

From: Adak Caribou
18-Jul-20
I have been using the Maxiclimber and then upgraded to the Maxiclimber XL and very happy with the results. The XL has shocks that you can set the resistance on. It'll kick your a**. Try it and their APP, with the 21 day challenge.

From: welka
19-Jul-20
Anybody use/have the Bowflex max trainer? Supposed to also be an a__ kicker.

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