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Unlocking Flexibility: Q&A with Coaches Josh and Fran

In this week’s podcast join Lattice Training coach,Josh Hadley, and fellow coach
Fran Giacomozzi, as they answer your burning questions about flexibility training for climbers.

Josh and Fran dive into how to improve flexibility, starting with practical tips on specific stretches, including how to utilise different types of stretches such as tempo.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Integrating flexibility with climbing
  • At-home body weight exercises
  • Essential strength training tips for climbers with hypermobility
  • At-home body weight exercises, including upper body
  • Managing soreness and dealing with injuries
  • Strategies to maintain consistent stretching, including setting targets and measuring progress

Join us for this comprehensive episode as Josh and Fran share their expert insights on flexibility training for climbers. Whether you’re struggling with hypermobility, looking to improve your range of motion, or seeking motivation to stretch consistently, this episode is packed with valuable advice and practical tips.

If you enjoyed this episode, let us know! We’d love to do more Q&A sessions in the future. Plus, get 20% off the Flexibility Deep Dive course and our cork yoga Flex Mat – ends 1st July at Midnight.

Don’t miss out—tune in to the full episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and more! Enhance your climbing flexibility and performance with the expert guidance of Josh and Fran.

2 responses to “Unlocking Flexibility: Q&A with Coaches Josh and Fran

  1. Hi
    June 20th flexibility podcast…
    In the first few minutes these guys started using terminology I’ve never heard of . “P and F stretching “ ?? Who knows ? Pretty useless as I had no idea what they meant so stopped listening. Common error with these kind of pods … I say this as a critical friend .. your speakers would serve the audience better if they dropped jargon. Thanks

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