STOP HUFFING AND PUFFING and WALK UP MOUNTAINS WITH EASE AND JOY!
Get Regina’s Meet the Mountains Technique!
I’m Regina Reiter and I’ve walked over 10,000 miles on renowned long trails like the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, and the Benton MacKaye Trail, all after I turned 53! I’m so excited that you found me in your search to make walking up hills and mountains easy!
I discovered this easy technique after struggling up dozens of mountains by sheer will power. This simple technique, which you can learn in minutes and get immediate results, turns your climbing from dread to happy – or at least neutral – anticipation! What will surprise you is that it makes a big difference to pay attention to just two simple aspects of walking up a mountain.
- Your breathing rhythm
- Your stepping rhythm
Putting these two things together gives you unlimited options for finding an easy pace that you can maintain – without even stopping – all the way up a mountain! Try it yourself after watching my video and/or listening to the audio. Both are recordings of live sessions with women longing to stop huffing and puffing up mountains!
Meet the Mountains Technique includes:
- 22-minute audio
- 7-minute video
- The song, Wild Wind by Barbara Hotz
- Tips for preparation and training for your next walk of any length
- Follow-up options with Regina Reiter for personal mentoring and training
Here’s what Diane said after taking her training out:
“I am so thankful for Regina. She taught me her “Meet The Mountains” technique during a phone call coaching session. It was really easy to learn and she provided clear instructions as I practiced doing it over the phone. She has such a comfortable, easy-going nature. Since our phone call, I have used the technique several times during my training and it has come so naturally. I find myself just counting and doing the rhythm as if I have always been doing it. I am training for a hike on the Appalachian Trail. I can’t wait to get to the mountains and try it out. Thanks again Regina!” -Diane Saunders
Later from the trail, Diane said; “I could hear your voice as I walked. My legs had rehearsed and my breath had rehearsed and they got in sync with each other. Sometimes they would have to change to move a little more slowly uphill or more quickly downhill but it worked so well.”