Studio CLMBR Opens at Ramada Plaza Above Former WeHo Starbucks

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Studio CLMBR opened this past Monday, August 29, 2022, at the Ramada Plaza, located at 8599 Santa Monica Blvd, above the recently shuttered West Hollywood Starbucks (aka The Big Gay Starbucks). It took over the former home of the Aarmy bootcamp fitness studio space. There is currently an introductory offer of $30 for the first month which ends on September 11th.

Studio CLMBR offers full-body cardio-focused classes that run for 30 or 45 minutes. Instructors lead through every part the climb to a rhythm in an experiential light and sound studio. Just Climb and Bootcamp offer a workout like no other with unmatchable effectiveness and efficiency.

The bootcamp classes start at an individual workout station that includes a CLMBR and weight bench. Within the available 30 or 45 minute class, members rotate between on-CLMBR segments and body-weight/supplemental-weight training segments.

The leader in connected fitness technology launched the second iteration of its vertical climbing machine available for pre-order earlier this month. Studio CLMBR West Hollywood is the second studio to open in Los Angeles, and launches a new Special Guest content series. This new generation of CLMBR boasts several updates, as well as upgrades to its technology, most notably, CLMBR Vision. CLMBR Vision gives users the ability to access live, dynamic coaching and feedback while they exercise, including off-machine strength rep counting, form adjustments and more. Jay-Z, Odell Beckham Jr., Novak Djokovic, and Ryan Seacrest are amongst its investors.

Studio CLMBR is a disruptor in the at-home-fitness industry and continues to push the limits of connected fitness technology and design. Aside from CLMBR Vision, new features include a simplified center console, improved handles that let users adjust positioning for ease, optimized hardware for a more ergonomic experience and easier assembly, plus a new display with a thinner profile, crisper graphics, and high-quality optically bonded touch LED layer.

Additionally, users will have an even more efficient workout with enhanced resistance strength, giving the option for a more challenging routine. Improvements have also been made to the sound quality, giving the user a more robust sight and sound experience.

“We are thrilled to announce this new generation of CLMBR and push the boundaries of innovation within our category,” says CLMBR Co-Founder and CEO, Avrum Elmakis. “Staying ahead of the curve and consistently improving is a vital part of our brand identity and we can’t wait for our customers to enjoy this new experience with CLMBR.”

Elmakis founded CLMBR after he realized that climbing was a low-impact cardio workout that helped him feel strong, fast, and efficient without the wear and tear of traditional cardio exercise. He began working on a smarter, more dynamic climbing machine with high quality build and a low level of required maintenance. The machine works over 86% of the body’s muscles without the strain caused by traditional workouts. A low-impact workout does not mean a low-quality workout, with CLMBR, users burn more calories in 30 minutes than with cycling, running, or rowing. It is truly a workout that works for almost all body types, ages, or fitness levels.

With the roll-out of 02, CLMBR introduces Special Guest Collections – a group of notable, fitness-inclined ambassadors from the world of sports, music, and entertainment that will co-lead classes for on-machine and off-machine workouts. The first group in this collective include Brooke Burke, DJ Ruckus and Chari Hawkins – with new faces announced each month. Content will be available exclusively through the CLMBR Premium Membership starting this September.

CLMBR 02 will be available on CLMBR.com and priced at $2,799 on November 1st, with special pre-order pricing of $2,295, launching September 1st through October 31st. Machines will begin shipping in December 2022. In-person, group fitness classes are available at CLMBR’s studios in Denver and in West Hollywood, LA.

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Ron
Ron
25 days ago

That’s one business gone up to the four that recently closed, not counting the downsizing of Power Zone across the street. There have been so many yoga and fitness studios in that upstairs place I lost track.

Tom Smart
Tom Smart
25 days ago

I hope they paid you for this promotion.

Ron
Ron
25 days ago
Reply to  Tom Smart

I was thinking the same thing.