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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 Lattic ...
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In today’s Lattice Training podcast, coach Josh Hadley sits down with coach Cam Hartley to discuss three key areas; Training myths and misconceptions Psychobiology and endurance performance Importance of consistency in training for climbing Cam is not just one of the strongest members of the Lattice Training coaching team, but also has a BSc in Spo…
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People regularly get confused between a pulley strain and an irritation of the tendon, which Huffy has called 'crimp finger'. In this podcast highlight it explains the differences between the two to enable you to diagnose the correct injury so that you can seek the correct treatment. This podcast highlight is a snippet of our podcast with GB climbi…
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In this week’s podcast, join Lattice Training coach, Josh Hadley, as he is joined by pro climber, Nate Williams, who has been projecting ‘Return of the Sleepwalker’ (V17/9A) in Las Vegas, USA, which recently saw its second ascent, by Will Bosi in February 2024. Nate’s been working on this well-known climb for over 2 seasons, since sending the stand…
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In this episode, join host Tom Randall for an in-depth conversation with climbing legend James Pearson. James recently established ‘Bon Voyage’ (E12), a route he boldly suggests is the world's hardest trad climb, pushing the boundaries of difficulty and safety in the sport. James Pearson is a household name in the climbing world, known for his grou…
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Tune in to today's episode as host and coach Maddy Cope chats with climber and coach Billy Ridal about his six-week American adventure to free climb El Capitan's The Nose (5.14a/8b+). This historic route, famous for its challenging granite smears, was first aid climbed over 47 days by Warren Harding and various others in 1958 and first free-climbed…
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In today’s podcast, Lattice Coach, Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, delves deep with Emily Harrington into her recent transition to motherhood with partner, Adrian Ballinger, and their son, Aaro. Emily shares insights into her decision to have a child amidst their adventurous lifestyles and careers, and navigating the uncertainties that came with it. Emily, a…
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Get ready for an eye-opening episode! Hosts Josh Hadley and Jonny Kydd sit down with renowned physiotherapist Paul ‘Huffy’, a climbing injury expert with over 25 years of experience. He is known for attending the Olympics as Shauna Coxey’s physio, and for having an impressive track record in diagnosing and treating the range of injuries climbers fa…
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In today's podcast, host Tom Randall sits down with athlete Will Bosi, delving into his recent trip to Arco, Italy. Where Will was attempting to secure the second ascent of Excalibur (5.15c/9b+), and looking ahead at his plans for 2024 and his upcoming trip to the USA. Reflecting on his multiple trips to his project Excalibur, Will gives an overvie…
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In today’s podcast, host and coach Josh Hadley sits down with coaches Roz Frugtniet and Jonny Kydd to discuss their common mistakes, challenges, and tactics for climbing projects. Roz is an experienced sport climber, having climbed multiple 8c routes and was the first British woman to flash 8a+ (Face de Rat, 8a+/5.13c, in Ceuse, France). Joined by,…
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In today's podcast, we have one of our athletes, Mary Eden, also known as @TradPrincess joining us with Tom Randall. She has recently achieved the first female ascent of one of the hardest roof crack climbs in the world, Black Mamba (5.14b/8c) in White Rim, Utah. This route had its first ascent in 2019 by the Wideboyz, but it remained unrepeated un…
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Lor Sabourin has been in the climbing scene for a while now! They made the first no-falls ascent of the route, ‘Cousin of Death’ (5.13+/7c+) in Northern Arizona, back in 2020. Then in 2021, they did an impressive ascent of ‘East Coast Fist Bump’ (5.14a/8b+). This was only the beginning though, this autumn, Lor outdid themselves by sending the infam…
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Today Tom Randall and Ollie Torr take a step back from being humble and name some of the biggest names Lattice has worked with. They dive deep into the details behind Alex Honnold, Toby Roberts, and even Emily Harrington’s coaching. But these are just some of the major clients Lattice has worked with, so grab a cup of tea and tune in for a juicy po…
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Today’s guest is Dan Hipkiss, the coach to 'The Stoltman Brothers', who have held multiple World’s Strongest Man titles, a few world records and multiple international competition podiums. Dan also coaches others in the sports of powerlifting, CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting, giving him a varied background in performance training. Seeing that Da…
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Tom Randall couldn’t be more excited because in today’s podcast, the Wideboyz have come together to discuss Pete Whittaker’s latest 9a Trad send, Crown Royale! Tom and Pete discuss all the training behind this monstrous climb. Plus, they dive in into some of Pete’s assessment techniques before training, with Pete even spilling some key tips that he…
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Welcome to another exciting episode of 'This or That,' where our host, Tom Randall, is about to challenge our guest's climbing training preferences. Today's special guest is none other than Ollie Torr, the co-founder of Lattice and one of our world class coaches in the Lattice team. While we all recognize Ollie for his exceptional coaching skills, …
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Welcome back to the Lattice Training podcast! Today, we have Ollie Torr joining our host Tom Randall, for an insight into coaching V17 climbers, preparing for the Olympics and much more 😏 From coaching, Will Bosi and Toby Roberts, Tom and Ollie also have coached Tommy Caldwell and are coaching Alex Honnold for his next projects. So what is required…
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In this episode, Tom Randall has a relaxed and insightful chat with Lena Müller, the creator of the Ecopoint concept. Lena introduces us to her fresh take on climbing, which has been making waves on news pages and social media over the past year. After completing the 'Prinzip Hoffnung' E9/8b+ trad route using only public transport in 2020, Lena coi…
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In today's episode, Tom Randall sits down with Eric Hörst, to discuss the changes and needs of the body with age, when climbing and training. We've been listening to your feedback and understand the importance of addressing training for climbers in their 40s, 50s, and 60s. That's why we're thrilled to have Eric on the show, as he brings a wealth of…
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In this second part of Tom Randall's conversation with Allegra Maguire, they delve into the captivating topic of the Individual Zone of Optimal Functioning (ZOF). If you're looking to take your climbing performance to the next level, this episode is a must-listen. Tom and Allegra unpack the concept of the ZOF and reveal how understanding and harnes…
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Welcome to another Lattice Training Podcast! In this episode, host Tom Randall is joined by a special guest, Allegra Maguire, an expert in the psychology of climbing. Allegra is a Mental Coach and co-founder of Climb in Flow, known for her insightful YouTube channel, Climbing Psych. With a strong academic background in psychology and currently purs…
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We all know that endurance and power endurance training is incredibly effective on either a circuit board or on a rope inside or outside. But which is most useful? When should we prioritise one over the other? Is it even possible to say that one tool is better than the other? In this episode, host Tom Randall delves into the pros and cons of circui…
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Welcome to Episode 3 of the "This or That" series, where Tom Randall delves into the complex debate route climbers often face: Should you prioritize endurance or strength training and what are the benefits and drawbacks of each? In this comprehensive episode, Tom explores both of the training methods, examining how they can affect climbing performa…
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Welcome to Part 2 of the "This or That" series, where Tom Randall unravels the climbing training conundrum: Strength Training vs Power Training. In this captivating episode, Tom sheds light on crucial aspects such as: Deciphering the right choice between strength and power training The unique benefits and drawbacks of each approach Incorporating ma…
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Welcome to the inaugural episode of the "This or That" series, a podcast that explores the ongoing debates amongst climbers on which training method to choose. Tom Randall breaks down the classic dilemma of bouldering system boards versus general bouldering, providing the pros and cons of each method. With the main topics being... Benefits and limi…
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In this episode, host Tom Randall and his guest Lisa Bastian take a step away from the usual training discussions to delve into the world of philosophy and ethics. Lisa is an assistant professor at VU Amsterdam who specializes in Ethics, Epistemology, and Political Philosophy. She initially contacted Tom regarding Will and Aidan's public training e…
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In this captivating episode, renowned climber Will Bosi joins his long-time coach and trainer, Tom Randall, to discuss his incredible ascent of the elusive V17, "Burden of Dreams." Will shares insights into his journey, the challenges he faced, and how his early years in climbing shaped him into the athlete he is today. From his international compe…
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You are on your climbing trip, and the weather takes a turn...well you are in for a treat because today's podcast is a special one! As Tom Randall and Anna Hazelnutt wait for the rain to go away, they got to ask each other some quick-fire questions. From favourite system board, to hang Vs no hang exercise preferences, this out-of-the-box podcast is…
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In today's podcast, Tom Randall sits down for a solo recording on strategies and approaches to training and performance in climbers in their 40s and beyond. Tom has been a professional athlete through his 20s, 30s and now 40s and is ready to share the learnings behind performing and feeling your best when training and climbing. He will cover time m…
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In today's podcast episode, Tom Randall sits down with James Pearson, one of the most exceptional climbers of his generation in the UK. Tom and James discuss his impressive career, which started with him pushing the cutting edge of the UK climbing scene in trad and hard bouldering as a teenager, after just four years of climbing. Since then, James …
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Today we have the second part of the 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 focu…
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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…
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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 w…
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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 pregn…
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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 bes…
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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…
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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 energ…
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You might well have heard of today's guest, Ryan Devlin as he has become pretty well known for hosting his podcast - The Struggle Climbing Show. Over the years he has interviewed a number of fantastic and legendary climbers including: Alex Honnold, Lynn Hill to name a couple. However something you might not know about Ryan, is that he has been a La…
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In this podcast, Maddy sits down with Kevin Roet to talk about the fear of falling and ways to integrate fall practice into climbing. Psychology and fear are complex topics, but fear of falling is undoubtedly something that impacts many climbers' enjoyment and performance. Kevin described his personal journey that has led to him writing a book on t…
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In today's podcast, Tom Randall talks to Renee McGregor, a hugely experienced sports dietician whose career has spanned 20 years, including the London Olympics, Rio Paralympics and Commonwealth Games in Queensland. She’s also recently written a (5th) book ‘More Fuel You’ which covers the nutritional needs for sport participation, training, competit…
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Today coach Maddy Cope talks to John Kiely who is an elite performance coach and lecturer with experience across numerous sports. John explains the importance of our mindset and beliefs when it comes to training. It can be easy to fall into the trap of thinking physical adaptations are a case of “training stimulus in”, and “gains out” and in turn t…
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In this podcast Lattice coach Maddy Cope talks to Dr Stacy Simms, a sport physiologist from New Zealand that has focused on female physiology in her research as well as published books. She is perhaps best known for coining the phrase “women are not small men”. In this episode we talk about the menstrual cycle, how Stacy views the current research,…
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HOT OFF THE PRESS! Aidan Roberts just climbed Alphane, a 9A in Chironico this week, so we got him to sit down with Tom Randall interview to discuss the news, the process and Aidan’s history with this line. This is the second ascent after Shawn Raboutou, and one of the few 9A/V17s in the world right now. The interview is broken down into sections fe…
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If you’re new to boulder projecting or even reasonably experienced, then this episode is for you! In today’s recording, we have Tom Randall giving his experience and advice on how to increase the chances of a successful tick this season, via his ‘Top 10’ strategies. Each of these approaches can be used in almost any situation and when you find ways…
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If you’re new to projecting or reasonably experienced at redpointing, then this episode is for you! In this episode, we have Tom Randall giving his experience and advice on how to increase the chances of a successful tick this season, via his ‘Top 10’ strategies. Tom is no stranger to projecting, having had hundreds of successful redpoints over the…
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In this episode, we’ve got Adam Fiala and Tom Randall back to finish off what they started in this 2-part storytelling podcast. If you’re looking for the first section of the journey where Adam shares his story about the dream to climb his first 5.14 you can find it here http://mujsuplik.blogspot.com/p/dancing-with-wolves-blog-series.html . The int…
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Tom Randall returns in another 'solo podcast' for part 2 of the Power Endurance series. In this episode, he dives into the aspects of performance and preparation that have the greatest effects on the projecting and redpointing process. We can't really overstate how important these factors are and how much the use of them is the crowning glory on to…
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In today's podcast Maddy Cope talks to Martina Demmel. Martina started climbing at the age of 15, and is now 20, and despite the fairly short climbing career so far, she has a vast number of hard sport climbs under her belt. Her sport climbing is characterised by fast ascents and hard onsights, as well as achieving so across many different styles. …
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In todays episode, Tom Randall sits down with Lor Sabourin, who is an unwavering advocate for the non-binary and trans community in climbing, and has a lot to share. Their work in Warriorsway is very valuable, equipping climbers with resilient and flexible minds to deal with stress and anxiety. These mental tools are not just useful for climbers bu…
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Having a family and climbing means a lot of planning and rotating your projects in order to be able to project without missing prime seasons in different crags. So, today we have the second part of Martin Keller's interview with Tom Randall, where they reveal some of their secrets for juggling it all. Martin, or @swizzybouldering is known by some f…
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On a rare occasion, you get a climber who has climbed impressive grades, but their performance metrics put them on weaker grades. Typically this means that the climber has something special or elite about another facet of their performance, away from pure physiology. And what better way to understand this better than for Tom Randall to sit down wit…
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