Climbing can be about more than exercise. Whether a climbing gym or a university climbing wall, use these 6 tips to build a climbing community at your wall.
Get the inside scoop on what happens during recertification of Head Rush devices and how you can speed up your device’s recertification.
Kids will be kids and that includes pushing boundaries and taking risks during playtime. Turns out there are benefits to risk taking and advantages to fear.
As we celebrate the last day of summer and the official start of fall, we are sharing some of Head Rush staff’s summer adventures.
Born with one hand and preparing to defend her title at the Paraclimbing Championships, Maureen Beck shares her experience climbing and training.
The QUICKjump is one of Head Rush Tech’s unique free fall rides that challenges participants to take a leap into thin air from heights ranging from 15 ft (4.5m) all the way up to 75 ft (21.8m).
Auto belay safety best practices for climbing gyms and climbers. The biggest auto belay failure is not using the auto belay, so always remember to clip in!
As makers of adventure products for activities with inherent risk, Head Rush works to abide by all the safety standards that are applicable to our products.
We create adventure products where reliability is essential and risk mitigation is key. The goal is amazing user experiences with improved business operations.
The first thing I remember is darkness and bouncing. When the jostling stops I feel myself being lifted, carried, and set down. A little time passes and nothing happens. Suddenly light floods in, and I am blinded. When I can finally see again I am looking up into blue sky.