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Great Healthworks, Makers Omega XL, Congratulates Jordan Romero as The Youngest Person to Ever Reach The Top of Mt. Everest
Date:6/5/2010

Great HealthWorks, makers and distributors of Omega XL, congratulates Omega XL athlete Jordan Romero as the youngest person to ever reach the top of Mt. Everest.

(PRWEB) June 5, 2010 -- The Great HealthWorks Team wishes to congratulate Jordan Romero for achieving history only a mere four years after his initial conversation with his Dad. At age nine, Jordan saw a mural in the hallway at school of Mt. McKinley that caught his attention. He shared with his Dad that afternoon he wanted to climb the Seven Summits. Jordan’s Dad, Paul Romero, is an experienced adventure racer and mountaineer. He is a flight medic with professional skills in emergency field medicine and is professionally trained in high altitude medicine and rescue. He planned from that day forward to help his son reach his goal through solid training and safety measures.

With this lofty goal in mind, Jordan began a rigorous training schedule all the while keeping those peaks in sight. Romero knew the challenge of climbing would be preparing from the bottom, looking up at the peak and making all the plans to reach the top. His plans included a very specific training regimen.

Mt. Everest is the world’s highest mountain. The mountain height is 29,028 feet, or five and a half miles above sea level. This is equivalent to the size of almost 20 Empire State Buildings. Jordan Romero achieved climbing this mountain at age 13. “I have really seen a difference in my performance and my workouts because I take Omega XL®. Every step of his journey required teamwork. Climbing with his family has proven to be one of his greatest supports through his quest to climb the Seven Summits. “At the Great HealthWorks family, we have nothing but admiration for Jordan and we congratulate him for making history,” Ken Meares, CEO and Founder of Great HealthWorks shared. “It’s been a journey for all of u
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