I was fortunate to meet up with LinkedIn´s Wellness Coordinator Mr. Jun Yoshida. Here is a brief video about our meeting. Mr Jun Yoshida speaks for the importance of our six tenets:
I would like to thank Mr. Jun Yoshida for these great advices how to keep strong, enjoy and stay in good health.
I wish everyone a healthy and a joyful day!
Br, Kaarle Vanamo
When I received the ClimbStation inquiry from Bangalore, I had not thought that my trip was going to be this successful – or that I would actually visit there twice. Why did I go there twice? Well, the reason is quite simple: For the first time I participated in the Muscle and Music Club’s opening ceremony as their honor guest.
I was also supposed to assemble the product during that visit too, but since the parts arrived quite late to Bangalore – so late that I only had one day there left - I decided to go back again to assemble it and to give a proper introduction and training on its usage.
I had a quite busy schedule most days, especially in meetings with a gym that was also interested in distributing Climbstation in Asia. In between talking about the opportunities and logistics, we managed to chill a little bit too and try some new experiences. I myself am not a vegetarian, but I decided to ’try being one’ for the time of my visit as well as trying to eat basically everything with my hands – including rice and sauce! Well, the food was great – even from my hands – and I have to admit that I got used to these things quite quickly.
Unfortunately I did not have time for exploring and sightseeing, but I managed to get an ’internal perspective’ on the lives of my hosts and their families. I noticed that teamwork and family ties play a significant role in their life and business. Way more than it plays here, in Finland. Some of the everyday life aspects were slightly scary to me at first. The amount of people everywhere and the traffic jam were unbelievable. Crossing the street or sitting behind of a scooter were especially challenging, but fortunately my host’s attitude and hospitality compensated for these fears of mine.
I feel like the Indian stories of mine have not come to an end yet. My dialogue with the guys still continues – as well as the story of Climbsation in India!
Small details are many times the most important ones. We have kept the outer ClimbStation dimensions the same since 2009. This size has proven to be ideal for climbers and locations. Not too big or too small. What you cannot see from the pictures is the inside and details. We have done a lot of research in developing the software, mechanics and other components. Whats inside is new.
Focus on safety, reliability and functionality to maintain and do service when needed.
All 2015 ClimbStations are driven by industrial grade frequency converters and three phase, variable speed engines on both the tilting and rotation so you will experience smooth operation, lower noise level and best reliability.
New frame design improves logistics. Compact size in package reduces costs in freight and makes it easier to ship and install it!
This means better terms and conditions for you. It might be even a possibility to test it before final purchasing decision, lowering your risk of investment to minimum.
Have you ever been thinking about arranging climbing activity to your business? Now it is the best time to get started:
Have a healthy and prosperous New Year 2015,
World is full of stuff and dispensable products. Elämyslahjat.fi in Finland is a service provider selling gift cards to experiences. Its a perfect and nature friendly way of remembering your friends during birthdays, events and more. Check out the link above. (it is Finnish, as so is the service provider and location for this climbing gift card.)
However, this is a great example which will also work around the world. Give yourself a treat and experience. Enjoing the time together is many occasions better than dispensable stuff.
This video is ideal for new users looking at the ClimbStation in malls or other locations. It attracts, shows it in action and how to get started. Note: this video is without sounds.