https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRJxfMHw99M&feature=em-subs_digest Today I check out a new style of climbing training, the 'Monkey Space'. This combines parkour and climbing in a modular set up that allows complete flexibility. What does everyone think? - Matt Groom, Climbing Daily @O'Spart, 74200 Anthy sur Léman, France

Friedrichshafen, Germany, 19 June 2017 This award was given in recognition of a major technological advance, and acknowledges Entre-Prises’ expertise and flair for innovation.   AN INNOVATIVE DESIGN Monkey Space is an innovative new 3-dimensional structure set to revolutionise training. Self-standing and highly modular, with a cubic base, it comes with a constantly evolving range of training tools and accessories for customising routes. Monkey Space is a new training concept offering infinite possibilities for training in a safe, ergonomic environment. This award is a fitting reward for the hard work and dedication of Sébastien Valran, Monkey Space’s designer at EP. Sébastien has been an EP engineer since 2015, and also coaches France’s youth climbing team. “Monkey Space

Edu Marín proposes this exercise to help you develop your strength. We hope you enjoy it. Feel free to adapt it for your own needs. Take the most of Monkey Space infinite possibilities!

Monkey Space for climber training Entre-Prises has developed an entire self-supporting modular training center that can be added to your climbing gym. EP is definitely making a nod to the recent popularity of ninja warrior racing as well as the trendy parkour routesetting style. To read the entire article, visit the Climbing Business Journal website.