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Training Lessons from the Over 50s

Tom discusses how best to train once over 50; what your priorities are, and what kind of training might work for you.

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Blog | Endurance | Finger Strength | Lattice Coach Insights | Research | Strength & Power  

Load Scoring — How it Works

We discuss load scoring; what it means, how to measure it, and how it affects your training.

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Blog | Flexibility | Strength & Power | Training Tips  

Training Series: Conditioning & Mobility

This series of articles was originally written for UKC, offering information and insight into different aspects of training. In this blogpost, Tom talks about conditioning…

By Tom Randall

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Blog | Lattice Coach Insights | Strength & Power | Training Tips  

Training Series: Strength & Power

This blogpost in the training series talks about strength and power; why it matters, how to train strength and power respectively, and how to structure your training.

By Tom Randall

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Interviews | Strength & Power | Training Tips  

Training Tips: Replica Building with Andy Burgess

In 2009, I had the idea that I could become one of the world’s best offwidth climbers just by building and training on wide crack replicas…

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Blog | Data | Moon | Moon Board | Research | Strength & Power  

Every Moonboard Problem Ever, Analysed

On today’s menu we have a special treat for you…we’re going to analyse every moon board problem ever created! I don’t really know what we’ll…

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Blog | Data | Moon | Moon Board | Research | Strength & Power  

Ben Moon’s Moonboard Logbook

If you know half of anything about the history of climbing you will have heard of Ben Moon; from world class first ascents such as Maginot…

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Blog | Data | Finger Strength | Research | Strength & Power  

Do strength imbalances make a difference in climbing? Part 1

We were thinking about left-right hand strength imbalances recently and instead of asking all the questions ourselves we thought it would be fun to put it…

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