My Fingers – Free Assessment

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My Fingers is a free assessment to test your finger strength. We’ll send you a quick form with testing instructions, you complete the testing and then we’ll compare your data to our models so you can find out how your finger strength compares to other similar climbers.

All you need is Lattice Rung (or another 20mm edge).

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My Fingers is a free assessment to test your finger strength. We’ll send you a quick form with testing instructions, you complete the testing and then we’ll compare your data to our models so you can find out how your finger strength compares to other similar climbers.

All you need is Lattice Rung (or other 20mm edge).

Before completing a My Fingers assessment you need to meet the following criteria:

  • You must be aged 18 or over
  • You must have no pre-existing injuries or illnesses that prevent you from climbing or training
  • You must have climbed 4 or more routes at 6b+ OR have climbed 4 or more boulder problems at V4 in the last 12 months
  • You must understand how to use a fingerboard and be competent in it’s use
  • You must not be pregnant
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3 reviews for My Fingers – Free Assessment

  1. Luke Nock

    7a

  2. De Jongh (verified owner)

    Was a fun little excerise, i like the fact you can play with the settings (modify them) gives you a rough guide where you are at the moment. Correlates to what I have actually been bouldering on recently. My Fingers are way stronger than the grade I am bouldering at (done 5x7b and 17 b+) in the last 6months all within 5 Sessions. If I tweak the settings (i did this using modify for interest, I get to about 7c+(average finger strength, for the grade) wich funny enough fits i recently found a cool project in that range and am able to do most of the moves (failing due to physically strength rather than finger strength) . So my opinion the finger strength assessment is spot on. Only critic I haven’t sport climbed in over 10 years…. No idea what to put in there, suggestions would be maybe to have an option I haven’t climbing in the last 2 years (ignore that part of the assessment, or give a Grade of an endurance boulder problem longer than 10 moves instead )

  3. Guner

    7a