Since the pandemic, at-home fitness equipment startups are starting to pop to help make it easier for consumers to get a good workout in the comfort of their own homes. A new fitness startup, CLMBR, recently caught the attention of Grammy Award-winning artist and Jay-Z, who recently invested in the company.
CLMBR claims to be a connected fitness technology leader and will launch CLMBR Connected and CLMBR Pure vertical climbing machines in 2021. CLMBR is an ergonomic and innovative vertical climbing machine. It’s the first vertical climber to feature a large-format touch display with on-demand, instructor-led classes. The patent-pending design has a high-quality build, minimal level of required maintenance. It features an integrated audio system that can fill an entire room with sound, enhancing excitement for the user. It also offers a state-of-the-art companion app to display key metrics, including vertical feet climbed and workout targets reached.
“We are excited to work with JAY-Z and Novak to bring the best modality in fitness to consumers,” said Avrum Elmakis, founder and CEO of CLMBR. “Unlike bikes, treadmills, and rowers, CLMBR has less impact on the joints while providing the most efficient calorie burn per minute of any machine in the marketplace. CLMBR disrupts the way that people work out and offers something new in a segment that has not seen a lot of meaningful innovation, and I’m excited to share the machine with consumers around the world as we become the leader in the connected fitness market.”
Registration for pre-order notification of CLMBR Connected for home and CLMBR Pure for commercial can be found at www.clmbr.com.