Fingerschinder r^2π is a redesign of one of the most iconic training devices, the olympic rings. The design concept is aimed at making the most out of the empty space in the middle. Two wider sections with finger slots in three different edge sizes were added, while still maintaining the original functionality of the rings. It combines a hangboard – typically used by rock climbers to strengthen their fingers – with gymnastic rings, creating a new complete upper body training experience.
Funded by a successful crowdfunding campaign, the r^2π rings are a part of the all wooden Fingerschinder product line produced by carpenters in Styria, Austria. So far, they have been sold in 64 countries worldwide