See Jane Climb: How Competitive Stair Climbing Changed My Life by Jane Trahanovsky	See Jane Climb: How Competitive Stair Climbing Changed My Life by Jane Trahanovsky

See Jane Climb: How Competitive Stair Climbing Changed My Life

byJane Trahanovsky

Paperback | May 16, 2016

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Weighing in at over 220 pounds, Jane Trahanovsky completed a competitive stair climb in 2008 and was hooked. Her passion for the sport drove her to get fit and healthy.  She finished the 2011 season as one of the world’s top 60 female climbers and was ranked one of the top 50 women climbers in the United States for 2014 and 2015.

Title:See Jane Climb: How Competitive Stair Climbing Changed My LifeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:202 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.43 inPublished:May 16, 2016Publisher:Strauss ConsultantsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1938015371

ISBN - 13:9781938015373

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“This book is a heartwarming recount of how one woman changed one habit and started ‘taking the stairs’ literally and metaphorically. The result is that she changed her entire life, and this book will inspire you to do the same.” –Rory Vaden, Co-Founder of Southwestern Consulting and New York Times bestselling author of Take the Stairs.“In See Jane Climb, Trahanovsky takes on a tall task, since stair racing truly is ‘the hardest sport you’ve never heard of.’ And she’s carrying her own heavy burdens: her struggle with weight loss and the ghost of her alcoholic father.As a competitive stair racer, I feel Jane really captures the joy we feel at the finish and the suffering we endure to get there.” –Sproule Love, top male climber in the U.S. and currently ranked tenth in the world.“What an inspirational read! Jane shows what hard work, perseverance, and a desire for self-improvement can do. Racing up stairs is one of the most physically and mentally demanding sports, but it’s also incredibly rewarding. The real race is against the building—if you can conquer the building, you can conquer anything.” –Australia’s Suzy Walsham, number one ranked female climber in the world, seven time winner of the Empire State Building Run-Up.