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The Anti-dad bod machine

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The Anti-dad bod machine

I built the wall as many did once the gyms shut down for the pandemic. It was a great project for my step son and I to work together to build. We originally built a 8’Wx10’H 20 degree wall but after a week decided we wanted to expand. So we doubled the size and added a 30 degree wall right next to it. The wall has been a great way for our family to spend time together outside. While it isn’t common, I set my routes by hold color and hold set. Doing it this way, I have 55 set boulders on the wall while leaving room for infinite possibilities to make up my own climbs. I reset the wall a few times a year and do a full rotation of holds that way we are always climbing on different holds. The next project is to build a pergola over it to make it accessible in poor weather conditions and add a little bar area to be able to catch your breath and relax while someone else is working their project. 

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Kegan Minock has been climbing for nearly two decades and Routesetting since 2007 both commercially and for national competitions. Currently he is the Head Routesetter and General Manager of Rock’n & Jam’n in Centennial, CO, as well as a freelance hold shaper. He enjoys helping others learn about routesetting through his YouTube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/DoughJoSetting/videos" target="_blank" rel="noopener">DoughJo Setting</a>.
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