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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 this show, we have Zo Northcutt, who has a unique story. Like many of us, they are training and progressing towards their own climbing goals. Unlike most of us, however, they have a brain tumour. Zo is one of those individuals whose resilience and strength positively affects others around them. They have dealt with pain and trauma, but they also…
 
Training Plan Adherence - what does the sports psychology say?! In this solo-podcast session by Tom, he takes you through the 3 areas of behaviour that will massively increase your chances of following through on your plans and reduce the chances that it will feel like a struggle. Keeping It Fun! Add in your friends and/or family - rely on them for…
 
George Brill is an anthropologist currently working on his PhD in locomotor performance at Cambridge Uni and has previously worked with the Lattice coaching team sharing his findings from the studies of the tree climbing Batek Tribes of Malaysia and also his passion for free diving. In today’s podcast, Tom and George explore some of the evolutionar…
 
Lattice coaches Tom Randall and Maddy Cope sit down to discuss their own experiences and their work with clients on two topics, of which at least one, will resonate with almost all climbers out there. The first is the fear of falling and the second deals the subject of goal setting. Whilst these may appear somewhat separate at first glance, Maddy a…
 
In this latest video and podcast episode, Lattice coach Ella Russel is joined by Dr Emma Ross and Dr Bella Smith from 'The Well HQ' (Instagram - @thewell_hq). Tune in for some brilliant discussion by Ella, Emma and Bella, as they address common questions about hormonal contraception for the female athlete. Intro: (0:00) Types of contraception: (2:4…
 
In this long form conversation Maddy and Joy talk about strength training during pregnancy and postpartum. They cover the changes that occur during pregnancy and how these impact climbing. This provides the foundations of understanding how we can get back to training and climbing after being pregnant. Coming from a strength and conditioning backgro…
 
In this latest podcast episode, we had Tom Randall sit down with Mary Eden: AKA @tradprincess to talk about how she trains, prepares and performs for trad climbing. Mary has been working with Lattice and coach Jen Wood for a couple of years and has steadily progressed from her first 5.12 in the summer of 2018 to her first 5.13 in mid 2019. From the…
 
The world's first 9b? Maybe.... maybe not! Or is it just a really hard 9a+?! Will Bosi recently made the long-awaited 2nd ascent of Steve McClure's "Mutation" at Raventor which was first put up in 1998 - yes that's before Will was even born! On the back of an incredible run of form from Will - multiple 9a to 9b+ sport routes, and countless V12-V15 …
 
One of our clients - @austinclimbing was kind enough to sit down with us recently and talk us through his personal journey to climb his first V12 - God Is In The Details, Fort Leavenworth. You can hear the full analysis and breakdown of his time with coach @procterjonathan in his interview with @tompaulrandall over on our podcast. If you prefer wri…
 
Does 10k Instagram followers make you pro climber? Are the new generation of pro's training differently? Do you live the everyday life of a pro? All these things are discussed by Tom and Rhos as they unpack their own habits and the habits they see in other professional climbers. This Ask Lattice follows a topic we have been discussing on our own In…
 
Tom and Rhos sit down to discuss their opinions and experience on some of the modern day ‘hot topics’ in climbing. Is your climbing negatively impacted by too much indoor climbing? How to complete a 'deload week'? Whose opinions should you be listening to? Tom and Rhos have very different backgrounds in climbing and their experiences are quite diff…
 
In this latest episode of Ask Lattice coach Ella is joined by Dr Nicky Keay, a medical doctor specialising in sports endocrinology, where they discuss the perimenopause. They talk through when the peri-menopause might begin, key symptoms to look out for, how hormonal tests can help, and some tips and suggestions for symptom management. Having gone …
 
Rhoslyn Frugtniet is one of the newer coaches at Lattice Training and has a wealth of experience in climbing and training. Rhos has climbed to elite levels in multiple disciplines including an impressive flash of 8a+ sport. She is a GB climbing athlete and has coached junior athletes. In this episode we ask Rhos about how she trains, how she balanc…
 
Jonny Kydd is one of the newer coaches at Lattice Training and has a wealth of experience in climbing and training. Jonny has a BSc and MSc in Sports Science so he's got the theory covered! He's also an extremely accomplished boulderer having climbed V14, establishing many first ascents and is getting close on his multi-year V15 project. In this As…
 
For anyone, climbing 5.14 is a big dream . It's a big grade, it's a big barrier and one that many feel is utterly out of their range. We sat Tom Randall down with US sport climber Anna Hazelnutt to talk about how she got to the mighty 5.14a (8b+) in just 8 years of climbing and why her recent successes are just the start. In this latest podcast, we…
 
Inspired by an overwhelming response on a recent Instagram series, we covered the '5 Biggest Mistakes' that climbers make in their training. We know lots of you had more questions from this series, so we had Coaches Josh and Ollie sit down on the 'Ask Lattice' sofa to go over these 5 points in more detail, to answer your questions! Intro - (00:39) …
 
In this episode of Ask Lattice Josh talks to Nutritionist, Ed Smith, all about his history of calisthenics training and how it has impacted his climbing performance. Ed had spent years in the gym strength training and playing many different sports before finding climbing. From then calisthenics became his main form of strength and conditioning. 0:0…
 
In this episode of Ask Lattice Josh talks to Nutritionist, Ed Smith, all about what we can do as climbers to support our training and what some of the most common mistakes are. Ed is currently studying a PhD in nutrition, focused on the nutritional intake of climbers. So we are getting insights hot off the press. Ed also covers one of the most aske…
 
In this latest Ask Lattice video and podcast, climbing coaches Ollie and Josh sit down on the sofa to discuss the upcoming events in Tokyo, breaking down the disciplines that will take place and what we might expect from the athletes competing, along with their predictions of how the athletes might perform.…
 
In this latest epsiode and podcast of Ask Lattice coach Maddy is joined on the sofa by Sam Webster, a Pilates teacher that specialises in pregnancy and post-natal pilates. They discuss the foundations of Pilates and how it can be used to reconnect to breathing and the core after having a baby. Sam talks about the different elements of the core that…
 
In this latest episode of 'Ask Lattice' Ollie Torr is joined by Jon Procter, one of our newer members of the coaching team at Lattice. Jon has almost an entirely different lifestyle to Ollie, in that he balances family life, a second job, early morning training and twice daily training. In this episode, they dive deeper into Jon's daily schedule an…
 
Slow climbers, dodgy beta, extending quick draws, rope dabbing... are you safe from this weeks controversial topics? In this latest Ask Lattice video and podcast Tom Randall and Ollie Torr sat down on the Ask Lattice sofa and had another rant, this week covering more topical "issues" from modern day sport and route climbing. Tune in for some more t…
 
E-bikes, leaf blowers, portable fans, tall climbers - no-one is safe! In this latest Ask Lattice podcast Tom Randall and Ollie Torr sat down on the Ask Lattice sofa and had a bit of a rant, covering many topical "issues" from modern day bouldering. Tune in for some triggering content in part 1 of their bouldlering rant! 1:44 - Advanced technology a…
 
This one is a bit of a special one-off! Tom Randall sits down with the founder of the Nugget Climbing Podcast, Steven to discuss all things Lattice, training and performance. There's so many things that get discussed in this one, so we've put the highlight below with timestamps. We've also put all the links to Steven's podcast at the bottom as well…
 
Hi, it's Maddy from Lattice here.... I've uploaded an audio copy of a recent interview I did with UMI health - apologies in advance for the slightly rough sound quality, everyone was struggling with various mic qualities in all parts of the country! At Lattice we are passionate about furthering our knowledge when it comes to postpartum return to cl…
 
In our latest episode of 'Ask Lattice,' we are joined by physiotherapist James Walker from the 'Sheffield Climbing Clinic'. In this podcast, James and Tom tackle some of the more unusual injuries that aren't quite as common, but as experts, we've seen them in our climbers quite a lot over the years. Topics covered include collateral injuries, tenos…
 
Ever wondered how Megos and Ondra train to get to the next level of performance? Back in 2019, Tom Randall and Ollie Torr sat and discussed the top 5 training habits of pro climbers. They consisted of: Habit 1. Consistency in training and performance Habit 2. Accessing that final 1% of effort that others don't Habit 3. Having a pure desire to learn…
 
PRO ALPINIST, PRO CLIMBER?? For many, it sounds like an impossible task to be at the elite end of both alpinism and sport climbing at the same time. If there’s one man who’s up for the task though, that’s the one and only Matt Helliker! Having lived his life at the crags, in the hills and on the mountains, he’s made his career pursuing some of the …
 
When Lattice Premium Coach Maddy Cope met up with Molly Thompson-Smith! In this week's podcast, we were lucky enough to sit down with GB Climber Molly Thompson-Smith and get to discuss all things training and how Molly has had to adapt her competition mindset to transition to outdoor climbing. Lattice Coach Maddy and GB Comp climber Molly discuss a…
 
CLIMBING 9b+ AND MORE... Seeing as Will Bosi just had the run of form of his life, we thought it would be good to sit him down with his coach Tom Randall to have a bit of a chat about what those last couple of months looked like! Not only did Will become one of the very few climbers in the world to redpoint 9b+ (and the first Brit to do so), but he…
 
Climbing Power Partnerships! Tom sat down with Team USA Olympian Kyra Condie and Team Canada 3x national champion Allison Vest recently to talk about their power partnership.💥 If you’re on Instagram or TikTok then it’s 99% likely you’ll have them on your social media feed with their amazing coordination sequences of a gymnastic, dynamic style in th…
 
Interview with Scottish Climber Robbie Phillips | Origin Story, Climbing Training & Mental Games In this podcast we sit down (virtually) with Scottish born climber Robbie Phillips, discussing a range of topics covering; where it began, climbing training, projects, psychology and even discusses a lesser talked about grip position, dubbed by Robbie t…
 
A LEGEND OF BRITISH CLIMBING In today's YouTube and podcast episode we have none other than Steve Mcclure who is one of the all-time greats of British climbing. We don't say this lightly either, because it takes a lot to cross the borders and generations of time. Steve has been operating right at the cutting edge for 25 years or so - this means the…
 
In this episode we've got a very special guest on the sofa - Mr Pete Whittaker! Perhaps the only time, we'll have both of the Wideboyz on the Lattice sofa at the same time... so obviously the "Ask Lattice" session got straight onto the topic of crack climbing and the training that can be done for it. What have Tom and Pete learnt in over 10 years o…
 
In climbing, training and coaching, there are many pitfalls - although, possibly this isn't a big surprise considering that our sport is fairly complex! In this video, we had Ella and Ollie sit down and get into some of those subjects that many of us as coaches have worked with over the years and also some that are REALLY relevant given the current…
 
Many of you are just starting to take your first tentative (or is that psyched?!) steps back into the real world of outdoor climbing in many parts of the world. As we're in a highly unusual situation of having had almost an entire year of pretty disrupted climbing, we thought it would be good to sit down and discuss some of the "hot topics" that ma…
 
If you enjoyed "part 1" of our projecting discussion, you're in for a treat. This one is more focused on short redpointing strategies that you'd use on short climbing trips or for quick local hits that don't take months to get done. If you haven't spotted the previous episode tackling long term projects though, make sure you check it out! Short ter…
 
In this episode Tom Randall is joined on the sofa by premium plan coach Ella Russell. They are discussing two hugely important topics we face in climbing; Red-pointing and Projecting! They go through their own experiences with this, sharing their top tips, as well as pointers on how they have helped Lattice clients and athletes in this area. This e…
 
This one is for all you route climbers who are doing your base endurance training - or perhaps desperately trying to top it up as quickly and effectively as possible! There's 3 key areas that Tom goes through in this short podcast - all of them are areas that we see at Lattice as being very common issues that climbers frequently neglect to address.…
 
Lor Sabourin is a climber well know to us at Lattice - they've climbed multiple 5.13s in the US, including a number of bold and scary ones. On top of that, Lor has also recently made a repeat of East Coast Fist Bump becoming the first non-binary climber to send 5.14. We've also had the pleasure of working with Lor with their own training in the pas…
 
We were lucky enough last week to grab the climbing star and YouTube phenomenon of Magnus Midtbø for a moment out of his hectic schedule to sit down and run a Q&A session for Lattice with Tom Randall. In the fun and informal interview, we've got Tom and Magnus tackling all sorts of questions related to both running a big YouTube channel and also hi…
 
Performance profiling - the science behind the social media! Everybody must have seen it by now, the 9c Climbing test - first seen on Magnus Midtbø's YouTube channel, now with almost 1 million views, invented by climbers Stian Christopherson (@stianchristophersen) and Martin Mobråten (@martinmobraten). Likewise, over 2 million people have watched t…
 
Louis Parkinson (or Captain Cutloose to some!) is a force of nature... there is absolutely no denying that, whether you've seen one of his competition performances, a strength party trick in his Insta or a clip of him training at home, he's got some serious positive energy! This is one of the primary reasons why we wanted to sit down to Louis and t…
 
Another round of questions and discussion! In this episode we go through some of the most popular topics surrounding route climbing performance and some of the preparation and training that you do for it. It's really quite a broad topic, so please do let us know if there are additional things you'd like more info on! 1. Resting - what do we do? How…
 
Ok, some interesting topics this time! We have Tom and Ollie on the sofa again, doing more of a deep dive on some of the most complex training questions that you've been asking us. Whilst it's always very hard to come up with blanket answers, there are some good general rules of thumb you can stick to and also we try and keep the science as practic…
 
In this interview, Tom Randall meets with Anoushé Husain to chat about her life; including her professional career, competing as a paraclimber, as well as the many adversities that Anoushé has had to face. Anoushé Husain is a paraclimber who we've been planning to interview for sometime now, but as will become apparent when you listen to this podca…
 
Hey Lattice Podcasters! In the climbing world, we don't often get to watch pro athletes transition from pre-children to post-children with such a willingness to share with honesty and candour. Caro Ciavaldini is a North Face Pro Athlete who's operated at the cutting edge of sport, trad and competition climbing for a large part of her life. From com…
 
James Pearson almost needs no introduction. He is one of the foremost trad climbing experts in the world, with a tick list that is both broad and intense. He has established and repeated many of the world's hardest trad climbing - including The Tribe, which right now may be the hardest trad route in the world. Growing up in the Derbyshire countrysi…
 
We've got Tom and Ollie on the Ask Lattice sofa again answering some of the biggest questions around how to structure climbing training - this deals with 3 main topics that should be of key interest to boulderers, sport climbers and trad climbers alike... ignore these rules and suggestions at your peril! 01:45 Question 1: Which is better,multiple s…
 
Fear in climbing isn't just about falling.... it can actually be much broader and diverse in its effect when you really think about it. Sure, we commonly see the "fear of falling" as being one that's popular and often asked about, but just as relevant to that, is how we deal with heights and exposure. This is especially for sport and trad climbers,…
 
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