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Re-Gram: Show Us Your Best Pandemic Training Purchase in Action


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Climbing digital editor Kevin Corrigan’s best pandemic training purchase was the garage bouldering wall on the left. His second best pandemic training purchases were the campus rung and Tension Block he combined with some cord, a pulley, and a bag full of weights to create a makeshift cable machine so he could still train after he strained his tricep on the bouldering wall. The Tension Block allows for finger training, while the repurposed campus rung serves as a bar for lat pulldowns and rows.Kelly Corrigan

With many climbers avoiding gyms these days, the pandemic has been a strong motivator to upgrade your home training setup. From home walls, to modular hangboards, to bands, to barbells, to blocks, there are plenty of ways to get swole a without leaving the house

Do you have a photo showing off your new training gear? We want to see! Send it our way at letters@climbing.com, and the best image, as selected by us, will appear in our next issue plus win a pair of Upshot Belay Glasses from Metolius Climbing. (Prize only available to US residents.)

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Via Metolius: The Metolius Upshot (MSRP $59.95) is the new standard for belay glasses. Features include: sport-style temples, low profile nose pads that fit better while wearing glasses/sunglasses and increased peripheral vision. They are available in black, blue and purple and come with a hard case, lanyard and lens cloth. The Upshot is the perfect gym to crag companion.