A Beginner’s Guide to Vertical Climbers - MaxiClimber
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A Beginner’s Guide to Vertical Climbers

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If you’re looking to learn more about the as-seen-on-tv MaxiClimber, you’re in the right place. MaxiClimber is a commercial vertical climber that you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

In this beginner’s guide, we’ll cover the basics of what a vertical climber is, what it does for you, and how you can get the most from your workouts.

The Benefits of a MaxiClimber

The list of climber machine benefits is long and impressive. A vertical climber is a revolutionary system that combines the best of

weight resistance, muscle toning, and aerobic exercise to offer you a full-body workout. With its unique design, the MaxiClimber has been shown to effectively burn more calories by combining fat-blasting cardiovascular training with muscle-sculpting resistance training.

A vertical climber is the perfect piece of exercise equipment for beginners, senior athletes, and those recovering from prior injuries. Its design offers low impact movements that protect and preserve your joints.

And the compact design of the MaxiClimber vertical climber is ideal for small apartments, basements, patios, garages, offices, or any space where you need to work out.

Using Your Vertical Climber

Getting a great workout on your climber exercise machine is as easy as

stepping on and starting to climb. Vertical climbing workouts are based on the principles of high-intensity interval training or HIIT. HIIT workouts combine bursts of cardio with resistance and weight training.

A HIIT workout can be as simple as mixing in one-minute bursts of high-speed climbing with several minutes of your regular speed periodically throughout your workout. If you are just beginning your health journey, it’s important to start small and build over time. Remember that during these high-speed intervals, your body will be working much harder than the rest of your workout. You don’t want to overdo it.

A vertical climber automatically uses your own body weight to create climbing resistance. Depending on your model, you may be able to increase or decrease resistance in the machine as well. Remember that you can always complete the cardio portion of your HIIT workout on your vertical climber and then hop off for several minutes of weight training before hopping back on for more cardio.

MaxiClimber Models

MaxiClimber is proud to produce the best vertical climber machine on the market today. Our models offer you a quality home workout

machine at an affordable price.

The MaxiClimber Classic has a weight limit of up to 240 lbs and an adjustable height of up to 6 feet 2 inches. It also features a digital steps and calorie counter. You can purchase it and take advantage of the accompanying meal plan.

The MaxiClimber XL is our strongest, most versatile model. It has a weight limit of up to 300 lbs and an adjustable height of up to 6 feet 6 inches. It offers 12 levels of bi-directional hydraulic piston resistance to help you take on the toughest climbing challenges. You can purchase it at regular price, which includes a meal plan and integration with the MaxiClimber fitness app.

Find the right model for you, and start your journey to a better you today!

 

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