Training tips from the Lattice Team on different elements of climbing, fitting training around day to day life and more!
So you’re well into your peak season and you’re getting out on rock as often as possible. But how should you structure your training during
Menstrual pain or cramps are a common symptom just before or during menstruation. For obvious reasons, this can have a negative effect on climbing and
The late luteal phase is the phase we often associate with PMS symptoms, and can be framed as the “lesser” phase when it comes to
The dreaded “F” word in climbing: Fear. We know that fear can impact our performances, but it’s grip is so powerful that it can even
Female Climber Series: Sports Bras for Climbing. Why are they so Important? What do we need to Consider?
Breast motion was first documented in the 1970s by Dr Christine Haycock. Her research was in response to an increase in female participation in sports,
A lot of us get to the stage where we’ve done all the climbs we feel we can at the wall and psyche is running
For many of us, when the good weather arrives, we want to climb outside for as long as possible, and preferably perform in this time
Flexibility is the ability to move through a range of motion and is an essential motor ability for any movement. In the context of flexibility
Why is flexibility so important? As previously mentioned in part 1, climbing offers endless movement opportunities and many of these will require a great level
Methods of training flexibility? There are many ways to get more flexible and they all involve joining a Yoga class… I joke! Flexibility training is
Not all climbers are able to have a training plan written for them by a coach – whether it’s for budget reasons or because they