What do you mean "makes me want to climb like a gym climber?"
As in "I can't find any problems that force me to grab tweaky undercling sidepulls that face the wrong direction?"
Or "all the problems focus on body position, technique, friction, and strength rather than finger wrecking bullshit?"
Or perhaps "when I leave my muscles are worn out but I feel relatively tweak free."
I hope you folks know how good you have it there. Most gyms I've been to in the last 5 years seem to take pride in setting "real" climbs/boulder problems... complete with finger wrecking crimps that point the wrong direction, shoulder tweaking sideways dynos to undercling gastons, and off balance high steps at the top of the problems.
Climbing in a gym isn't supposed to be "real" climbing, it is training. It should be a fun, relatively comfortable, tweak free experience. The last thing I want is to injure myself on plastic... it makes digging for those uber-dry gym boogers way too hard.
"The point is, you see, that there is no point in driving yourself mad trying to stop yourself going mad. You might just as well give in and save your sanity for later." FP