Trango Rock Climber's Training Manual

Trango Rock Climber's Training Manual
Trango Rock Climber's Training Manual
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Rock Climber's Training Manual by Trango
The Trango Rock Climber's Training Manual will help you bump up the grades no matter how long you've plateaued. Before developing the Rock Prodigy Training Center, the Anderson brothers who wrote this manual were stuck on 11s for years, but they now send 5. 14c due to the instructions used in this book. This manual includes a training log for your convenience.

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