News and Training

  1. Build Your Own Moonboard


    With some basic carpentry skills and tools, building a Moonboard for your home is a fairly straightforward endeavor. Attached is a downloadable PDF to use as a guide- it is how we built our board. You may need to do things slightly different based on your surroundings and building structure. The most important part is making sure you use the exact measurements for the angle of the board, height, width, T-nut spacing and LED location. 

    If you have any doubts, please seek professional advice. While our information worked for us, we cannot accept responsibility if your board becomes unstable or dangerous. 

    That said, you can always opt for a Freestanding Moonboard or our

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  2. Warrior Pad Voted Best Mid-Sized Bouldering Pad By UKC

    Warrior Pad Voted Best Mid-Sized Bouldering Pad By UKC

    UK Climbing Group Test: Mid-Sized Bouldering Pads

    Bouldering mats have come a long way since the beer towel and improvised mattress. Not only do modern mats give a better quality landing, they have also got bigger, been made easier to carry, and boast useful extra features. Whilst most pads are based on the same fundamental design, the details can still differ a lot. This test highlights the range of options currently available.

    Here are some of the things we look for in a quality mid-size bouldering mat:

    • Foam Quality: The foam is the bread and butter of the pad - it should be stiff enough
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  3. No Time to Train by Paige Claassen

    No Time to Train by Paige Claassen

    This article was taken from Evening Sends .

    I first tried Necessary Evil in 2014 while project shopping on a trip to the Las Vegas region. I had originally arrived with the intention of trying to climb 5.14d (9a), but quickly realized, as I have many times before, that the significance of the route matters more to me than the grade.

    Necessary Evil ticked all the boxes - it’s an iconic line with a rich history, it has held its grade of 5.14c (8c+) over many ascents and attempts by climbers around the world, and sits on one the USA's most stunning limestone walls. I’ll admit, the Virgin River Gorge is not the most serene locations, but the nearby highway has never bothered me, neither did the sharp crimps or bottom boulder section.

    It was always the upper crux - which is actually the same crux as Route of All Evil (

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  4. MoonBoard - the worldwide climbing phenomenon

    MoonBoard - the worldwide climbing phenomenon

    Ben Moon and Jerry Moffat, legends of the climbing community, tell us how the MoonBoard is a universal phenomenon that pulls people together from all around the world. It enables people to train together and connect globally by trying out or creating their own problems on the MoonBoard App. 

    All in all, the MoonBoard is an exceptional way to train or climb and have great fun. 

    Train Hard, Climb Harder!

    Freestanding MoonBoard
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  5. Peaches Preaches : Hardtimes on the MoonBoard

    Peaches Preaches : Hardtimes on the MoonBoard

    Original article in Climb Magazine by James Lucas

    Istumbled into the Shrimpshrine, a co-op home gym in Salt Lake City. It was winter 2014. The shrine was kitted out with weights, a few hangboards, strange sideways campus boards, a stereo, and a mattress. Nik Berry, a member of the Shrine Crew, and I passed all the other equipment on our way to the garage’s Moonboard. While it snowed outside, we thrashed our fingers on the first Moonboard in the US.

    The Moonboard originated in the School Room in Sheffield, a training facility for rained-out U.K. climbers. This old school building cranked out some of the strongest Brits like Ben Moon, who established Hubble at Raven Tor, the world’s first 8c+/5.14c, the exceptionally strong Stuart Cameron, Jerry Moffat who made the first ascent of Dominator (V1

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