The specifically developed smartphone application makes the Zlagboard a truly innovative product. It enables you to train according to the newest schedules, written by highly recognized international trainers. The handling of the app is very simple and intuitive. The software controls hang and pause times, intervals and rest days. You can thus concentrate on the essential: climbing itself.
The application includes training programs for different levels, written by professional climbers. The system controls the training sessions including exercises, hang and rest times and updates the program.
Have you ever wondered how much strength you have in your fingers and arms in comparison to other climbers? The Zlagboard Pro and Mini give you the answer to this question. The level check is a standardized test, that shows you where you stand at the moment and what training plans suit you best.
The application tracks the training sessions and creates statistics of the results. Climbers get an overview of their progress and improvements.
The Pro Plans have been developed specifically for progressive workout, leading you through an intensive training over a period of one to three months. The program designers, Patrick and Dicki (Gimme Kraft), Duncan Brown (athletebychoice.com) are professional trainers. Many world class climbers trust in their know-how and experience.
Thanks to the standard set of holds, the hangtime results can be compared to those of friends and other climbers from all over the world. The competition feature of the app allows to hold contests.
The workouts are single training units that have been designed specifically for each board. They demand your full physical effort and are ideal for burning off energy from time to time. The workout sessions are an optimal addition to regular climbing on rock or in the gym.
The custom workout feature allows you to design individual workouts. You can define the training series yourself, choosing holds, hang and pause times as well as exercice repetitions and rest times. Up to 30 exercises can be saved, retrieved and edited.