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T'ai Chi For Total Body Health
     

T'ai Chi For Total Body Health

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Award-winning t'ai chi advocate David-Dorian Ross is your instructor for this video, designed to help novice tai chi users step up their routine to the next level and make the most of their daily workout. T'ai Chi for Total Body Health focuses on adding greater speed, coordination, and intensity to the basic beginner's program, as well as demonstrating how to

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Award-winning t'ai chi advocate David-Dorian Ross is your instructor for this video, designed to help novice tai chi users step up their routine to the next level and make the most of their daily workout. T'ai Chi for Total Body Health focuses on adding greater speed, coordination, and intensity to the basic beginner's program, as well as demonstrating how to design a daily tai chi practice that will work best for each individual user. This video also includes a special tai chi program designed to help tone the lower body.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/09/2005
UPC:
0029956975002
Rating:
NR
Source:
Gaiam
Time:
1:15:00

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T'ai Chi For Total Body Health 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
JB_on_Windy_Hill More than 1 year ago
This is David-Dorian Ross' best video. I have his beginners video and the camera work is not helpful because you get confused regarding left and right (he says left, but the video shows right). This is not the case with this video. However, I did find already using the am and pm t'ai chi and beginners videos prepared me for this one. You can be a beginner and use this video. Be warned, you'll be wanting more moves and will need to get his and Daisy Lees other video. The video is split into 3 parts and they go over moves, feet and hand positions - starting with feet only. Well done and set up to master each section before moving on. It ends with the entire routine.
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