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The Complete Book Of Stair Climbing 2012 Edition
     

The Complete Book Of Stair Climbing 2012 Edition

by John Smiley
 
Admit it. You need to get in better shape and lose some weight.

Or, perhaps you're already in pretty good shape, but bored with your routine.

Regardless, learn how Stair Climbing (sometimes called Vertical Training), just the simple action of going up stairs, can be used to give you a great workout in one-third to one-half the time of your current

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Admit it. You need to get in better shape and lose some weight.

Or, perhaps you're already in pretty good shape, but bored with your routine.

Regardless, learn how Stair Climbing (sometimes called Vertical Training), just the simple action of going up stairs, can be used to give you a great workout in one-third to one-half the time of your current program.

Learn more about this great 'vertical' sport, and see if it's for you.

Last year, I used my own 100 day program to complete my first organized Stair Climb, the 2011 America Lung Association Philadelphia Fight for Air Climb, a 50 story, 1088 step climb. I made my way up to the top in 10 minutes and 37 seconds, good for 9th our of 35 in my age group.

You may be able to follow the same plan and be ready in 100 days also.

Use my book to locate an organized Stair Climb near you, and amaze yourself, your friends and family, with your new found vigor and vitality.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014031875
Publisher:
John Smiley Publishing
Publication date:
02/07/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
600
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

Contributor Bio:
John Smiley, MCP, MCSD, MCT has been programming and teaching for more than 25 years, and has written over 15 books on Computer Programming. He is the President of John Smiley and Associates, a computer consulting firm serving clients both large and small in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area. John is also an adjunct professor of Computer Science at Penn State University, Philadelphia University, and Holy Family University, and also teaches in a variety of Internet venues.

When he's not writing, he's either running, biking, playing basketball or now, climbing stairs. He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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