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This or That? Strength Training vs Power Training
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 approachIncorporating maximal force, muscle size, and muscular coordination in your training regimen Improving chances of injury prevention while optimizing climbing progressTune in to this latest episode to help you make well-informed training decisions that align with your climbing goals. Equip yourself with the knowledge to optimize your strength and power training journey!The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.
This or That? Bouldering with System Boards vs. General Bouldering
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 limitations of bouldering system boards and general boulderingAdvantages and disadvantages of each methodScenarios under which climbers should focus on one or the otherHow to use a balanced approach of both to improve your trainingSo, if you're a climber looking for guidance on which training method to choose, tune in to the "This or That" series!The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.
Is Flashing on a Replica Still a Flash? A Philosophical Discussion on Climbing Ethics
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 efforts on the Burden of Dream replica, and her expertise in ethics led her to question the impact that training on replicas may have on climbing, particularly in regard to the possibility of a flash ascent. Lisa even wrote a whole article on this, which you can find here, or in the link below.As Tom and Lisa discuss the relevance of philosophy and ethics in climbing, they touch on the importance of ethics as a fluid concept that changes over time. They also explore the breakdown of a logical framework that can be applied to all ethical questions.One of the concepts Lisa breakdown is of a "flash" ascent and delves into the impact that replicas have on the athletic achievement and the ability to plan and execute a climb. She also discusses the importance of distinguishing between going against ethics and taking away value in climbing.This episode offers a unique perspective on the intersection of philosophy, ethics, and climbing, and provides valuable insights into the impact of replicas on the climbing community. Tune in to hear Tom's engaging discussion with Dr Lisa Bastian!Article on Ethics of Replica training: https://latticetraining.com/2023/04/21/does-flashing-a-replica-count-as-the-send/The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.
Exclusive Interview: Will Bosi's Epic Burden of Dreams V17 Ascent
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 competition days battling it out with Tomoa Narasaki and Jakob Schubert, to his impressive first ascents and recent accomplishments, Will's story is one of determination and passion.Dive into an in-depth conversation covering topics such as Will's experience with replica training, the impact of climbing Alphane on his performance, and his thoughts on live streaming his climbing efforts. Learn how he manages expectations, deals with pressure, and maintains his skin while attempting challenging climbs. Plus, get the inside scoop on his views on climbing shoes, chalk, and even electric fans for boosting performance.Whether you're a climber, a fan, or simply curious about the world of elite climbing, grab a cup of tea and settle in for an engaging and inspiring conversation that explores the limits of human potential and the future of climbing performance.The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.
This or That? Climbing Hot Takes with Anna Hazelnutt
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 here to get you thinking about your training favourites! And since it is the first one of its kind, let us know if you enjoy it. Plus if you have some questions you'd like to ask yourself, reach out to us on our social media platforms.The Lattice jingle is brought to you by Devin Dabney, music producer of the outdoor industry who also hosts the American Climbing Project.
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.