Training tips from the Lattice Team on different elements of climbing, fitting training around day to day life and more!
Stuck on Your Project? By Rhoslyn Frugtniet Getting stuck on your project and wishing you could just get to the top? We’ve all been there! Redpointing can be frustrating, it
Tracking to Inform your Training By Ella Russell Many of us are now in the habit of tracking our menstrual cycles and perhaps starting to notice patterns in terms of
Syncing Training, Climbing and Menstrual Cycles by Maddy Cope One of the changes that people find most positive (alongside tracking) is alining deload weeks with the phase where higher training
Understanding Pain by Raf Ford-Gonzalez Every 2 weeks here at Lattice, the coaches get together and take it in turns to lead a discussion on a topic of their choice.
Young Climbers & Your Period by Hazel Dearlove When you first start your period, it can be overwhelming getting to understand this new process. There will likely be new symptoms
Creatine for Climbers? By Maddy Cope Every 2 weeks here at Lattice, the coaches get together and take it in turns to lead a discussion on a topic of their
Perimenopause and Menopause By Maddy Cope There have been some break throughs in this area recently with the introduction of the subject into schools, charities being launched, and Davina Mccall
Nervous Climber and Box Breathing by Rafael Ford Gonzalez We’ve all had the dreaded redpoint nerves where you can’t quite calm down before the climb & you can’t fully get
Female Athletes and Urinary Incontinence By Maddy Cope Performing high level sport has been shown to be strongly associated with urinay incontinence (UI) in female athletes. UI is the involuntary