Tai Chi has been proven to be beneficial to our body but only if we are practising it correctly.
And to practise it correctly means that the form has to have internal contents, not just duplicating the actions.
The issue with Tai Chi is that it is hard to tell if the training is internal or external just by looking.
This book aims to explain it all so that practitioners can start off in the right direction.
Things to expect from this book:
What is Tai Chi (not just from the martial arts perspective)
What is Internal Tai Chi
Internal Tai Chi and Qigong
What to train in Tai Chi
The Things to achieve in Tai Chi
Can Small defeats big
Can the Weak defeats the strong
Tai Chi and better health
Tai Chi as a martial arts
How to apply Tai Chi in other martial arts
The contents are written in a simple format so that beginners can understand the requirements properly.
No more wasting of your time on practising the wrong thing or trying to figure out what the philosophical master is saying.
The secret is revealed so get this book now!
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H.D. Ken has been a martial arts enthusiast since young. He has practiced Tae Kwan Do, Judo and Kung Fu for ten over years. Due to injuries, he started practicing Yang Style Tai Chi in 2002 socially until 2005 when he has the opportunity to meet a Tai Chi grand master. Ken was so amazed by what he had experienced that he started to study Tai Chi seriously in an intensive note. In 2013, Ken also included Chen style Tai Chi into his practice to increase his understanding on the art. He is an engineer by profession and loves analyzing how to make his opponents bounce away.