/ FREE: Tips for Climbing Coaches & Self Rescue books
Having a book clear-out. I figured that these two are probably better cast into the ether here than given to a charity shop.
First book is this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tips-Climbing-Coaches-Paul-Smith/dp/1906095205
I worked as an instructor for a while, and this book was a good source of fresh ideas, and a reminder of some more obvious ones. The book's postcard-sized, with 300 tips.
Second book is this one: https://www.amazon.com/Climbing-Self-Rescue-Improvising-Mountaineers/dp/089886772X
It's quite technical, with an American slant, so for example there are a lot of Munter hitches, rather than Italian hitches.
Free to whoever pings first, hopefully some impoverished instructor candidates or something. I'm happy to pay the postage. To share things out a bit, I'd like to send each book to different people, so even if you want them both, please just pick the one you want most. Ta.
I'd be interested in the coaching book if it's still available?
Yep, zap me your address with the e-mail link thing and I'll post it tomorrow. Cheers.
I'm interested in the self rescue one. Munters included.
All being well (i.e., if both the folks above send me their addresses), both of these books are now gone. Thanks for your interest.
I sent you an e-mail, but no reply yet. Maybe check your junk folder?
Second incase you dont get a reply for the rescue book
Self-rescue book is in the post.
Self-rescue book is on its way, but Dan's not got back to me (via e-mail) with address details, so the Tips for climbing Coaches book is on on offer again.
sorry! It went to my junk, have DM'd you know if it's still available
Got it, thanks. Will stick it in the post on Monday.
Coaching tips book is now in the post. Had intended to post it yesterday, but bank holiday = Post Office closed.
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