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Welcome to season 2 of Problem of the SET! We’re really excited to be in our second season and we truly appreciate everyone’s support. Keep those likes and subscriptions coming and we promise to make this season even bigger and better than season 1!

At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, Head Route Setter Mike Dominguez “MIG” takes us through a V5 set by Keith Nadeau “KN” at Rock Spot Climbing: Lincoln. This problem features a great opportunity to use a bat hang! There’s always multiple ways to crush a problem, but if this one gives you a hard time, try this beta on for size.

If you haven’t had a chance to check our new South Boston facility out, we highly recommend you do. Let us know what your favorite problem is in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

For a virtual tour, be sure to visit:
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For more info about the Boston Boulder Brawl, visit:

http://www.rockspotclimbing.com/b3/

Welcome to season 2 of Problem of the SET! We’re really excited to be in our second season and we truly appreciate everyone’s support. Keep those likes and subscriptions coming and we promise to make this season even bigger and better than season 1!

At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, our team coach Matty Zane “MZ” takes us through a V5 set by Sean Robar “SR” at Rock Spot Climbing: Boston-Dedham. This problem features some great meat hooks and a meat flip that might catch you off guard if you’re not paying attention. There’s always multiple ways to crush a problem, but if this one gives you a hard time, try this beta on for size.

If you haven’t had a chance to check our new South Boston facility out, we highly recommend you do. Let us know what your favorite problem is in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

For a virtual tour, be sure to visit:
http://www.youvisit.com/tour/panoramas/greg.stokinger/83700?id=33881

If you haven’t given our South Boston page a like, follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/RSCSouthBoston

Be sure to check out our site for more info on all our locations and services:
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At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, route setter and Artistic Director of the Contemporary Theater Company in Wakefield, RI, Chris Simpson “CJS” takes us through a V6 set by Peace Dale Programs Manager, Greg Lowden “GL”. This problem features some heel hooks and a great arete. It’s a very technical climb so follow Chris’ beta and give it a try.

Let us know what your favorite problem is on this set in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

Thanks again to everyone who joined us at Rock Spot Climbing Peace Dale on February 6, 2015 for our second Community Competition! Congratulations to our new Sultans of the Set, Dakota and Tanya. Don’t miss the next competition!

For more info on the Contemporary Theater Company, visit:
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Be sure to check out our site for more info on all our locations and services:
http://www.rockspotclimbing.com/

Welcome to season 2 of Problem of the SET! We’re really excited to be in our second season and we truly appreciate everyone’s support. Keep those likes and subscriptions coming and we promise to make this season even bigger and better than season 1!

At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, route setter Dany Howard “DH” takes us through a V6+ set by Head Route Setter, Mike Dominguez “MIG”. This problem features holds from Climbing Business Journal’s best hold company of 2015, Kingdom Climbing. We’ve brought the names back for this set so this’ll be our first Problem with a name. We called it Kevin’s Bacon. Come and get it!

Let us know what your favorite problem is on this set in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

Join us at Rock Spot Climbing Peace Dale this Thursday, February 6 at 6pm for our second Community Competition! Who will be crowned the new Sultans of the Set? Found out this Thursday or compete for only $3 to claim the title for yourself.

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Be sure to check out our site for more info on all our locations and services:
http://www.rockspotclimbing.com/

At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, Massachusetts Regional Route Setter Keith Nadeau “KN” takes us through a V2 set by head route setter, Mike Dominguez “MIG”.

Let us know what your favorite problem is on this set in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

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Be sure to check out our site for more info on all our locations and services:

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At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, route setter Marc Troob “MT” takes us through a V7 set by RI Team Coach, Sean Hannon “SH” with a lot of compression moves.

Let us know what your favorite problem is on this set in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

Congratulations to Troy DeSimone, Adam Irujo, Sarah Fraza and Deanna Lapen, our first place winners for our Community Competition and the Sultans of this Set. The next competition is happening in February so come on down and make the current Sultans work to keep their titles!

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Be sure to check out our site for more info on all our locations and services:

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At Rock Spot Climbing, we’re dedicated to giving our customers a world class climbing experience and that starts with great route setting.

In this episode of Problem of the SET, Rhode Island Team Rock Spot Head Coach and route setter, Sean Hannon “SH” takes us through a V7 co-set by himself and Massachusetts Team Coach, Matty Zane. Team Rock Spot member, Grace Scott sends the problem with ease.

Let us know what your favorite problem is on this set in the comments and be sure to subscribe!

We’ll be resetting the boulder set at our Peace Dale location this week and we’ll be following it up with the very first Community Competition on Thursday, December 18, 2014 from 6pm-8pm. 

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The new gym at 30 Old Colony Avenue in South Boston, MA is opening up real soon. Route setter Danny Howard “DH” and Head Route Setter Mike Dominguez “MIG” show off one of many amazing problems currently being set. Follow our social media channels to get exclusive updates as soon as our doors open and be sure to subscribe for more great content and sneak peaks as soon as they go live:

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