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How to Modernize Your Zipline Braking System
A remarkable amount of planning, design, and creativity that goes into building a modern commercial zip line course. These are just a few of the trends that we see in modern zip li
Climbing on Auto Belay: What You Need to Know
Understand how auto belays work, how the technology varies between different brands, and what risks and safety considerations you should be aware of before purchasing, installing,
The Olympics are Over, but Speed Climbing is Here to Stay
Between the changes to the competition format and an influx of extremely strong, young competition climbers coming onto the scene, the Paris 2024 landscape will be very different f
What is No Delay Belay?
Auto belay downtime isn’t good for anyone. We designed our all-inclusive No Delay Belay program specifically to address this problem. Find out how it works.
Why More FECs Trust TRUBLUE Auto Belays
The technology that makes TRUBLUE a favorite training tool for rock climbers is also uniquely suited for FECs, though not always for the same reasons. Here’s why.
A Kid’s Guide to Gym Climbing (for Grown Ups)
Strategies to help instill a lifelong love of climbing, while still allowing kids to receive the full benefits and desired development out of their playtime.
ROI Considerations for Climbing Walls at FECs
Exploring the increasingly central role of climbing walls in the FEC hierarchy. How climbing can help FECs to increase revenues and maximize profit margins.
Pitfalls to Building Community in Commercial Climbing Gyms
Whether you’re looking for a better workout plan, blowing off steam, or you just think that climbing is fun, every person has their own reasons for climbing.
Why Chris Sharma Loves TRUBLUE Auto Belays
There’s a good chance that is not the first word that pops into your head when you think about auto belays. One argument that we hear from gym owners against using auto belays is
5 Features Every Modern Climbing Gym Should Have
In Chris Sharma’s own words, his newest gym is “a little bit over the top.” Listen in as Chris discusses the key design considerations that went into building his most expans