114 episodes

Hosted by Lattice Training - the world's leading climbing coaching and training company - this podcast features discussions and interviews with many of the planet's best climbers and coaches. We delve into the details of what works and what doesn't when it comes to training, performance and recovery. Whether you're just starting out climbing, or a professional athlete, there is an incredible depth of knowledge throughout the episodes! For further support and knowledge please check out Lattice 365, our exclusive membership group.

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Hosted by Lattice Training - the world's leading climbing coaching and training company - this podcast features discussions and interviews with many of the planet's best climbers and coaches. We delve into the details of what works and what doesn't when it comes to training, performance and recovery. Whether you're just starting out climbing, or a professional athlete, there is an incredible depth of knowledge throughout the episodes! For further support and knowledge please check out Lattice 365, our exclusive membership group.

    Climbing Her First 9a: Hazel Findlay Talks Training

    Climbing Her First 9a: Hazel Findlay Talks Training

    Join us for an exciting two-part podcast featuring pro climber Hazel Findlay.  Hazel has made a name for herself in the climbing world with her impressive trad ascents up to E9/10 and recently made headlines with her repeat of the challenging Esclatamasters 9a route in Perles.
    In the first part of our podcast, Tom Randall and Hazel will focus on the physical aspects of climbing, exploring the methods, insights and takeaways from her training with Lattice through her coach Maddy Cope. In the second part, we will delve into the mental side of climbing, discussing the psychology and mental preparation and techniques that allowed Hazel to train effectively, project and perform on her 9a. Whether you're a seasoned climber or just starting out, don't miss this opportunity to learn from a true expert and find inspiration for your own climbing journey.


    The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.

    • 40 min
    Aidan Roberts & Will Bosi Talk Replicas, Training and Climbing At The Cutting Edge

    Aidan Roberts & Will Bosi Talk Replicas, Training and Climbing At The Cutting Edge

    Looking for a podcast that has more big grade talk, more cutting edge performance discussion and even more obscure facts about Aidan and Will, then look no further…

    Tom Randall sat down to chat with Aidan Roberts and Will Bosi when they were at the Lock Up HQ filming for the Burden of Dreams replica recently.  Tom aimed to dive into the details of what makes these guys tick, how they're training and preparing for climbing the world's hardest projects and what are all the little details that make the difference.
     
    Here are some teasers of what topics are in store for you!
     
    Who's got the strongest fingersTheir superpowersTransitioning from comps to outdoor climbingDoes climbing get 'better' at the cutting edge?Training with replicasBurden of DreamsStrongest boulderers in the world right nowDefining moments in their careers 
     If you want even more, don't forget there's also the YouTube episode about Burden of Dreams to go with this one as well!
     
    Full podcast available on the Lattice Training website and any major podcast platform (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher etc) 🤳
     
    #climbingpodcast #latticetrainingpodcast #latticetraining #Power #climbingtraining

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Diastasis Recti and Postpartum exercises with Joy Black

    Diastasis Recti and Postpartum exercises with Joy Black

    In this podcast, coach Maddy Cope talks to Joy Black who you may know as @calliejoyblack, who returns for another insightful episode. Joy is a strength coach for pregnant and postpartum climbers and is currently 10 months postpartum herself. She educates about the pelvic floor, strength training and breathing as they relate to training during pregnancy and after birth.

    In this podcast, the conversation is all about Diastasis Recti. Diastasis is one of the most common terms seen online when looking into exercise during pregnancy and postpartum. As with many topics, the wealth of online information doesn’t necessarily make it clear what it is and how best to climb and train during pregnancy and postpartum to minimise the impact and allow good recovery.  So in this episode, Maddy and Joy hopefully can clarify it for you.
    In this podcast Joy explains:
    What diastasis is and why it happens during pregnancyCommon misconceptionsExplains the difference between coning and doming and what these signifyHow to feel and monitor your diastasisThe role of the deep core muscles and how we can manage the stress on our linea albaA practical way to find your deep core Core training for climbers during pregnancy and postpartumHanging exercises during pregnancy and returning to these postpartumWays in which we can modify or find appropriate exercises, taking diastasis into considerationIdeas for warming up before climbing to help connect to our breath and deep coreIf you want to check out a more general conversation Maddy and Joy had about strength training during pregnancy and postpartum, check out this episode.

    The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Power and sustainability with Dr Steve Thompson

    Power and sustainability with Dr Steve Thompson

    In this podcast Maddy talks to Steve Thompson from Sheffield Hallam University about power and how we may approach developing our power for climbing. 
    Power is an element of training that can cause a lot of confusion, yet it is an attribute that many climbers put on a high pedestal and seek to improve. Steve explains what power is and how we can best think about power when it comes to sports (and climbing). He talks about the big picture approach to developing power in a sustainable way, as well as different ways in which this may be integrated into a person's training:


    The definition of power and how we can think about this in a sport contextThe relationship between force and velocityIntention and monitoring trainingApproaches for developing powerIntention in training

    In case of any questions, Steve is contactable on Twitter (@steve381), Research Gate (Steve Thompson) and via email (s.w.thompson@shu.ac.uk)

    The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Lower body injuries and rehab with Uzo Ehiogu

    Lower body injuries and rehab with Uzo Ehiogu

    In this podcast, Maddy talks to Uzo Ehiogu, a physiotherapist, lecturer and strength and conditioning coach, about lower limb injuries in climbing. With an increasing amount of information about injuries in climbing, we find ourselves swimming in content focused on the upper body (shoulders, elbows, fingers). This is understandable given the nature of climbing, however, it can lead us to neglect the lower body when it comes to understanding injuries and strength development. The lower body plays a huge role in tension in climbing and in this podcast Uzo discusses:


    The common lower limb injuries in climbingThe mechanisms of injury in the lower body when climbingDifferences between approaching acute and chronic injuriesHow to approach rehabilitation back to full strengthDifferences between lower limb injuries in climbing compared to other sports such as footballMethods for developing strength for heel hooks after injury (or before!)
    Uzo is the lead clinician at Inside Edge Physiotherapy,  a physiotherapy clinic for climbers based in Birmingham (UK) at the Depot Climbing Centre: https://www.insideedgephysio.com.
    Uzo is also an author and co-author of book chapters in The Shoulder Theory and Practice (High performance rehabilitation for the climbing athlete),  and Climbing Medicine - A practical guide  (Chapter 21 Injury prevention, Chapter 20 Climbing rehabilitation).
     
    And if you enjoyed those reads, then also take a look at his peer reviewed journals on climbing injuries and speed climbing training:
     https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33189522/ 
    https://journals.lww.com/nsca-scj/Abstract/9900/Strength_and_Conditioning_Considerations_for_Speed.40.aspx.

    The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Hormones and our human potential with Dr Nicky Keay

    Hormones and our human potential with Dr Nicky Keay

    In this podcast, Ella Russell talks to Dr Nicky Keay, an honorary clinical lecturer in the division of medicine at University College London.  She lectures and researches in areas of exercise endocrinology, with publications in this field. Nicky’s clinical endocrine work is mainly with exercisers, dancers and athletes, with a focus on relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S) and athletes navigating perimenopause/menopause.

    In addition to being the author of the British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine (BASM) Health4performance.co.uk online resource. She is also a medical advisor to Scottish Ballet and a keen dancer herself.


    With her recent and first book, “Health Hormones and Human Potential: A guide to understanding your hormones to optimise your health and performance”, we couldn't wait to have her back on the podcast!


    Some of the topics covered in this podcast are;
    What hormones are and why they are so fundamental to our bodily functions.How hormones influence our adaptations to training (or not as the case may be).What can happen when we don’t get the balance of training/climbing, recovery and nutrition right from a hormonal perspective.How do we spot if we’re moving into a state of non-functional overreaching and when this might tip into overtraining syndrome;What can we do if we find ourselves in a state which points towards non-functional overreaching? How can AI help us to identify if we are getting the balance right hormonally.How do our gut microbes use hormones to influence our physical and mental health.What can we do to improve our gut microbiome diversity and when should we do this.

    For Nicky's website check got to:
    https://nickykeayfitness.com/new-book/
    And to buy her book go to the following sources:
    https://www.sequoia-books.com/catalog/keay/
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hormones-Health-Human-Potential-Understanding/dp/191411020X/?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_w=sPuam&content-id=amzn1.sym.9987c01f-79a1-401b-8cc0-4469362e1651&pf_rd_p=9987c01f-79a1-401b-8cc0-4469362e1651&pf_rd_r=EEXVF42265K8000CC4TZ&pd_rd_wg=90KJl&pd_rd_r=88d69466-d18b-452b-b2a4-12a55632c3a2&ref_=pd_gw_ci_mcx_mr_hp_atf_m

    The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.

    • 1 hr 15 min

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