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Lattice training is the world’s first systematic assessment and training tool for climbing.

  • Assess a climber’s strengths and weaknesses through data lead profiling tools.
  • Analyse training program efficacy in competition and outdoor climbers.
  • Control for the factors like technique, tactics or psychology in performance so that physical training can be focused on when necessary.

 

When we started Lattice, our dream was to create a training and coaching support team that would deliver what professional athletes receive but to make it accessible to climbers all around the world. We saw that an ideal existed out there, but bringing together the best profiling tools, sports science, coaching staff, physio support and statistical modelling took some time and some passion!

 

Assessments

We offer a variety of data led assessments to fit your available time and facilities. Our assessments measure:

  • Finger strength 
  • Aerobic and anaerobic performance
  • General strength and conditioning in climbing specific muscle groups
  • Movement patterns, pacing and efficiency

 

Training Plans

Our training plans are fully customised and include ongoing support throughout the length of the plan.

  • Personalised to suit your lifestyle and schedule
  • Customised to work with the facilities you have to hand
  • Programmed around your own personal strengths, weaknesses and future goals.

 

Online Support

Every service we offer is fully supported by a team of staff who are available to guide you through your year’s progress and training.

  • Email and Skype support
  • 52 weeks a year
  • Expertise in strength and conditioning, data analysis, nutrition, rehab and flexibility. 
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Lattice assessments now available at Big Rock in Milton Keynes

Big Rock Climbing joins the Lattice Trianing partner walls programme with Lattice Board Assessments now available at Big Rock Bond in Milton Keynes.


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- Part 6: Finger Injuries

As a climber, if you are regularly pushing yourself and trying hard, it is likely you will get a finger injury at some point. The only people I know that seem to not get them, are those who have been climbing from a young age and very gradually built up their climbing level, never pushing themselves too hard. It is well known among climbers that finger injuries are without doubt the most common injury, and this has been reflected in climbing specific literature (Schöffl et al, 2003; 2012; 2015; Jones and Johnson, 2016).

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Article - Part 5: Finger Strength Rules

Crack connoisseur, training guru and director of Lattice Training, Tom Randall, shares some training tips, complete with live Q&A sessions in the forums from 7-9pm. Ask him anything! (Within reason...!) Download Lattice's new (and free) training app Crimpd to assist...

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Skills - Part 3: Strength & Power

Crack connoisseur, training guru and director of Lattice Training, Tom Randall, shares some training tips in this 4-part series, complete with live Q&A sessions in the forums from 7-9pm every Wednesday for the next 4 weeks. Ask him anything! (Within reason...!)...

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Skills - Part 2: Power Endurance

Crack connoisseur, training guru and director of Lattice Training, Tom Randall, shares some training tips in this 4-part series, complete...

Skills

Skills - Part 1: Endurance

Crack connoisseur, training guru and director of Lattice Training, Tom Randall, shares some training tips in this 4-part series, complete with live...

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Skills Weight Lifting for Climbers

In this video, Ollie Torr from Lattice shows us some weight lifting exercises for climbers.

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Skills Boulder Mileage

In this session, Ollie Torr explains how a bouldering session can be used to train different things, such as strength and strength endurance.

Skills Pull up Bar Exercises

Skills Fingerboarding

Skills Evening out grip strength

Skills Rings and TRX


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