Maximum Climbing Book Review

I review Maximum Climbing by Eric Horst for Vertical Woman, a woman's alpinism magazine.

Check out my review on Vertical Woman of Eric Horst’s Maximum Climbing.  It’s a great resource whether you are a climbing newbie or an old pro.  This book may very well become the standard to training for climbing.  It’s pack full of concrete explanations, practical ideas, and helpful resources on how to take ones’ climbing to the next level through mental and physical training.

Maximum Climbing helps one improve their climbing through mental and physical training. It’s a meaty book, packed full of information, ideas and training tips. Unlike many other training books out there, it requires the reader to consider and analyze one’s approach and how one relates to climbing. The quality of the information lends this book to being one that many readers will be able refer back to over the years as they climb at harder and harder grades.

Click here to continue onto my review of Eric Horst’s book.


~ by Genevieve Hathaway on December 11, 2010.

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