Trango designed its Rock Prodigy Training Center for extremely precise and repeatable exercises that can turn novice climbers into the next legendary sender. Its two-piece construction allows a custom fit for your body, thereby increasing your performance and decreasing the chance of injuring your wrists, elbows, and shoulders. The Rock Prodigy includes two jugs and two slopers for warming up, variable-depth edge rails with position index bumps to target specific difficulties, three ergonomic, pinches of different sizes that prevent cheating with your thumbs, multi-use pockets with three-finger to one-finger versatility, and four fairly nasty crimps. Trango gave each hold ergonomic gradients that help you locate the specific area you've been training on rep after rep. The exterior is very slick to protect inactive fingers. The positive holds are single-textured to give you a little bit of friction for training, and the slopers, jugs, and pinches are double-textured to give you the best possible grip to stay on the fingerboard.
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