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For people who are interested in the pursuit of total fitness, this book introduces Tai-ji fitness philosophy, its principles and basic training exercises. Applying the principles to your exercise will makes it more enjoyable. The training is concentrated on the fundamental basis of physical fitness. As long as you move your body, you will benefit from the exercises. By following the book and through hard and persevering practice, you will find that: 1. Your general health will improve considerably. 2. Your general athletic skills will improve significantly. 3. You will achieve a fitness level beyond what any other fitness programs presently available can offer. The benefits will affect every aspect of your life. For people who practice Tai-ji Quan or Wu-shu (Chinese martial arts), this book introduces the basic requirements to master the arts. You may find that most people do not meet the requirements. The exercises are designed to overcome the most common difficulties that people encounter in learning Tai-ji Quan. Once you master the skills introduced here, you will gain a firm base, from which you may advance in the art. Many misconceptions are also clarified in this book. If you want to be a competitive athlete, this book also introduces Tai-ji spirit and principles for you to follow. By putting some effort into the basic fundamental fitness training introduced in this book, and applying the principles to your sport, you will be able to improve your skills to a further extent. I hope this book will help to introduce you, the reader, to the wonderful ancient Chinese sport, fitness exercises and philosophy - Tai-ji Quan. --- excerpt from book's introduction
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Book Description X. Zhang, 1990. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110962539201
Book Description X. Zhang, 1990. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0962539201