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Publisher's Summary

How to master the ancient art of moving meditation! The practice of Tai Chi provides many benefits to the human body. Aside from the physical benefits, the practice of Tai Chi can bring improvements in different aspects. Learning to master Tai Chi challenges your physical and mental capabilities. Tai Chi requires effort, patience, and discipline. Improved coordination. Tai Chi progressively improves your gross physical coordination and even the most subtle aspects of physical movement. It utilizes integrated whole-body movements, so it compels your body to move different parts at the same time with smoothness, correct speed, and harmony.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

  • The Fundamentals of Tai Chi
  • Tai Chi styles and forms
  • Different Tai Chi moves
  • Learning by understanding the moves
  • Tai Chi warm up exercises
  • The Tai Chi workout
  • Integration into your daily life
  • Much, much more!

©2016 M.E. Dahkid (P)2016 M.E. Dahkid

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Everybody was slow motion kung fu fightin'

Tai Chi has always intrigued me. It is beautiful to watch, and looks to be fun. I consider it to be slo-mo kung fu fighting! Now, Dahkid has made me understand it a lot better. He talks you through why you should do it, and how to do it properly. He keeps the subject interesting, and by the time the book is over not only will you be ready to begin practicing tai chi, you will actually want to! I really recommend this book. Clinger keeps it easy to follow and understandable. You can follow his instructions very easily as he speaks. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.


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unlistenable!

the narrator makes this unlistenable!
the reading has no flow!
herky, jerky narration makes this possibly good book not good !

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read by machine.

they used the text-to-voice translator, made for very poor production value. Add no visuals, and this was hard to get through.

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Good information but poor recording quality.

The reader sounded artificial without natural flow. Although the information was good, the recording lacked a professional sound.

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don't buy

recording by computer voice and broken words were hard to listen and very short with little content

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Terrible narrator

The narrator was so bad it ruined the whole book!
He had no concept of pronunciation, syntax or timing!

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Not terrible just not what i was hoping for

Its good as an introduction of the concept of Tai Chi, but not an instruction guide, which wasnt what i was looking for.
Voice is unfortunately very robotic is its hard to listen to

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talk talk talk talk

zero words on how to do the form, so this book is intro not guide