Target Tendonitis now on Kindle!

The title of the post pretty much says it all: due to the great response I’ve gotten for Target Tendonitis, I decided to create a Kindle edition. The Kindle version is exactly the same price as the regular ebook — $19.97 — but of course you don’t need a computer to read it. If you order it from outside the USA, though, you’ll be charged an extra couple of bucks because of Amazon’s overseas ordering policy. (Don’t ask me why – I can’t imagine what could cost more about downloading something in Asia or South America compared to the USA.)

Anyway, the content is exactly the same as the ebook, so the only reason to order the Kindle version would be if you just want to have it on your Kindle. But for those who do, now you can get it.

Next up: Target Tendonitis in Spanish! (Don’t look for this one for a while, though…)

UPDATE 1: As of February 1st, 2012, the price of Target Tendonitis was raised to $29.97, due to the inclusion of eight new videos showing various exercises you can do for your tendons. There is a total of an hour and a half of detailed instruction, and the Kindle version DOES NOT COME WITH THESE VIDEOS. Because of this, I have not raised the price of the Kindle version, but if you decide to purchase it please be aware that you will NOT be getting the exercise videos, just a text explanation of what to do with a few pictures. If you have a decent background in exercise (ie, lots of time in the gym, etc.), then you may not need the videos. If not, then I strongly recommend that you purchase Target Tendonitis via this website, as you will not only receive the videos, but email support from myself as well if you need it.

UPDATE 2: As of April 2012, the Kindle version of Target Tendonitis has been discontinued. Sorry for any inconvenience, but there were simply too many requests for detailed explanations of exercises and no way to bundle the video with the Kindle ebook. So if you would like to order, please use this link. Also, before you order do us both a favor and see if Target Tendonitis is really the right product for you. If you have a foot or ankle problem, you should go to the Target Plantar Fasciitis website and order that ebook instead. (Same price; also comes with videos.) If you have a tendon problem elsewhere in the body, please take the tendon test and see what sort of pain it is. It may be that a simple ice-wrap will do the job for you.

2 thoughts on “Target Tendonitis now on Kindle!”

  1. Hello – went to the link for the Kindle version and its not there. Also cant find anything but the foot version of Target when i search Amazon directly. You still out there?

  2. Thanks for the comment. Unfortunately, the Kindle version of TT has been taken down for several reasons, the biggest one being that I couldn’t bundle a video with it, and I started spending a huge amount of free time explaining how to do various exercises via email. So now there is only the PDF version, which comes with links to about 90 minutes’ worth of video showing exactly how to do a lot of exercises for various body parts, as well as further explanation of the techniques I teach in the ebook. Also, unlike the Kindle version, it comes with a full, 60-day guarantee if my stuff doesn’t work for you for whatever reason. (Now, if you order the ebook and five hours later ask for a refund, we’re going to have a problem. 😉 But if you give my techniques a fair shot and they don’t work, I have no problem refunding your money.)

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