Lattice Training: Power Endurance

When it comes to route climbing, one of the most important attributes to train is power endurance.  Having good power endurance (PE) allows you to make it through long sections of difficult climbing and make [...]

By | February 12th, 2017|

Balanced Climbing Shoulders

An unfortunate reality of climbing is that it places a lot of stress on our shoulders.  While there's always the risk of an acute injury, climbers also commonly suffer shoulder pain caused by overuse and [...]

By | February 11th, 2017|

New Finger Training Programs!

One thing we've been missing from our arsenal of training tools has been a clear, concise training program for JUST training finger strength. While our other programs have finger training in them, we needed something [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|

Increasing Your Power with Climbing Magazine

Increasing your power level is one of the hardest to get right and most intense forms of climbing training.  However, while strength is still the basis of hard rock climbing, power is an extremely important [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|

Mina Leslie-Wujastyk: So Much Training…

If you have made your way to this blog, then you are clearly interested in training and trying to get stronger at climbing.  However, what are you actually training for?  Do you have a specific [...]

By | February 3rd, 2017|

Lattice Training: TRX and Rings

When it comes to training, we love to focus on the flashy parts of training like improving our personal best on the campus board or working on being able to do lots of one-arm pull [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|

How to Get Stronger Fingers

As training becomes more popular, climbers are becoming increasingly focused on trying to get stronger fingers.  However, even as we learn more about exactly what effective climbing training looks like, hangboarding consistently proves to be [...]

By | January 29th, 2017|

Training Local Endurance

Wouldn't it be nice to be able to quickly recover at even the most marginal of rests?  No matter what grade you climb, no one can sustain a maximal level of exertion for an entire [...]

By | January 25th, 2017|