There are treadmills and there are climbing walls. Both come into use in the field of prevention and therapy. While exercising on a treadmill usually disregards the shoulder and arm area, climbing up a bouldering wall is limited to a horizontal motion. ErgoWall puts emphasis on both areas for a comprehensive training. Users climb up the rotating wall in a diagonal movement, which can be varied by the use of several grips and settings.
The supervisor or therapist may stand behind the user or patient to give advice and support. Whether it’s for preventative or curative purposes, ErgoWall offers many possibilities for training and therapy applications.