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Walk the Line: The Art of Balance and the Craft of Slackline

Balcom, Scott

Editorial: SlackDaddy Press, Ashland, Oregon, 2005
ISBN 10: 0976485001 / ISBN 13: 9780976485001
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Librería: Companion Book (Burnaby, BC, Canada)
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Título: Walk the Line: The Art of Balance and the ...

Editorial: SlackDaddy Press, Ashland, Oregon

Año de publicación: 2005

Encuadernación: Trade Paperback

Ilustrador: Carpenter, Chris

Condición del libro: Very Good

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ISBN: 0-9764850-0-1, Thumbing to the fore-edge, light corner rubbing. Text is clean. 'Slackline is an art of dynamic balance. It's akin to tightrope and high wire but uses tubular nylon webbing. . . . [This book] dismisses the myth that only these professionals have the skills and talent to perform such feats . . . Anyone can do it.' 127 pages. N° de ref. de la librería 033241

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Sinopsis: Slack Line is the art of dynamic balance. It's akin to tightrope and high wire but uses tubular nylon webbing. Rope walking of one form or another has been around for at least a couple of thousand years but has always been the realm of acrobats and daredevils. Walk the Line dismisses the myth that only these professionals have the skills and talent to perform such feats. This myth is perpetuated by some who walk the line in order to keep others from realizinf how easy it is—wish is the most important secret of walking the line—Anyone can do it. Scott Balcom began slacklining in 1983 with friend in his hometown of South Pasadena, California and was the first , with his friend Chris Carpenter to slickline the gap between the Lost Arrow Spire and the Rim of the Valley at 2890 ft above the Yosemite Valley in California.

Biografía del autor: Scott Balcom began slacklining in 1983 with friend in his hometown of South Pasadena, California and was the first , with his friend Chris Carpenter to slickline the gap between the Lost Arrow Spire and the Rim of the Valley at 2890 ft above the Yosemite Valley in California.

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