To revolutionize the climbing machine and empower every person to achieve more with greater efficiency. Every detail of the CLMBR has been designed and engineered with the end user in mind. This is movement the body was made for.
Chosen third overall in the first round of the 1997 NBA draft, Chauncey Billups went on to have a 17-year NBA career with 5 NBA all-star appearances and several MVP awards. He is a world-class athlete that earned the nickname “Mr. Big Shot” on his way to winning an NBA championship in 2004 with the Detroit Pistons. Chauncey is now a regular commentator on ESPN and is an avid climber at his hometown gym in Denver, Colorado.
USA Triathlon Level III Certified Coach and the current head coach of USA Triathlon’s Project Podium. Parker has been highlighted as the coach leading “the next generation’’ into the future of triathlons. Climbing’s natural and zero-impact movement is a big part of Parker’s endurance training regiment.
Current tight end in the NFL and collegiate all-American. Lance has a unique combination of strength, speed and agility – making climbing an integral part of his conditioning routine.
Casey is a professional race car driver with an appreciation for speed and efficiency – making climbing the perfect workout for his fast paced and demanding training needs.
Dr. Thomas is a native of Louisiana and practices in his home city of New Orleans. He completed a residency in neurosurgery at Louisiana State University in New Orleans. He trained at the world-famous Charity Hospital in New Orleans. He completed special additional training on complex spine and minimally invasive spinal procedures in Memphis, Tennessee, under the direction of Kevin T. Foley, M.D. He has lectured about spinal procedures on four continents and had interactions with hundreds of surgeons around the world. He is recognized as an innovator, and continues to be active in the latest development of minimally invasive spine procedures so that his patients may receive the most advanced spinal care in the world.
Dr. Kuklo brings more than 25 years of medical expertise in his role as a principal spine surgeon and Co-Director at the Denver International Spine Center at Presbyterian / St. Luke's Medical Center. Dr. Kuklo graduated with honors from the United States Military Academy at West Point before graduating with honors from the U.S. Army Ranger School and serving in the 82nd Airborne Division. He is an expert in degenerative spine disorders including complex scoliosis deformities and revision failed spine surgery. His range of spine surgery and research includes a focus on soldiers and athletes, degenerative spinal conditions, spine tumors and infections, and trauma. He also uses comprehensive and cutting edge technologies including artificial disc replacement and minimally invasive spine surgery to help treat his patients which are common practices at the Denver International Spine Center. Dr. Kuklo has lectured extensively on treatment options for various spinal conditions. Dr. Kuklo holds many patents for medical devices and receives frequent requests to speak at medical events around the world.
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