Training tips from the Lattice Team on different elements of climbing, fitting training around day to day life and more!
Shifting to Lower-Intensity Training by Maddy Cope There is a lot of information now about reducing the intensity of training, during certain phases of the menstrual cycle… such as when
The Importance of Antagonist Training During a Performance Phase by Ollie Torr Many of us spend a good portion of our year in a performance phase. Whether this is working
So You’ve Tracked Your Menstrual Cycle, Now What? By Ella Russell Hopefully by now, we are all on the way to becoming more clued up when it comes to tracking
Reducing Performance Anxiety by Cam Hartley As a climber who has always been strong for their grade, I put a lot of pressure on myself when it comes to climbing
Overcoming Training Scepticism by Mary Eden Initially I’ll admit I was very doubtful about training for climbing. Mostly, because I felt that I wasn’t strong enough yet to train. I
Planning Your Trad Training: What Matters? By Tom Randall Ok trad climbers, let’s get serious – training serious! When it comes to how you structure your training as a trad
Planning Your Sport Training: What Matters? By Tom Randall Ok bolt clippers, let’s deal with what it takes to hit the chains and deal with the blend of endurance AND
Do You Suffer From Menstrual Cramps by Mina Leslie-Wujastyk In the lead up to or during menstruation, cramps can be a really uncomfortable, painful and debilitating symptom for many women.
Training Around Injuries a Case Study by Ella Russell Earlier this month my partner (@barrows_alex) managed to snag a first ascent of a new sport climb (8c+/9a) at Kilnsey in
Disrupted Sleep in the Late Luteal Phase by Maddy Cope We know how important sleep is for recovery, cognition, wellbeing, and sports performance. For sport performance poor sleep may lead
Getting Back to Rock Climbing by Jon Procter Over here in the UK the outdoor season is gathering pace as the crags are drying out for the summer (hopefully!). So