Great book. I Really like it. I have always been puzzled by the fact that Tai Chi is always explained in a philosophical and mystical manner. There are too many theories and principles that do no make much sense to the practitioners. Tai Chi is definitely practical as a martial art, but we need to include other forms of training to make it practical. Highly recommend this book. –Amazon Reviewer
This book is exactly as it claims in it’s title and description. The author has provided enough explanation to understand the Tai Chi and instruction to follow to take the first step on practicing Tai Chi. I have read a few books on Tai Chi and none of them are this much elaborated and and precisely explained. No one can ever be a tai chi master reading just one book but this book will definitely help to get it going. -Amazon Reviewer
Tai Chi: Make Tai Chi Internal with 7 Easy Concepts
Tai Chi can be confusing but it need not be.
Matter of fact, it is not.
The reason that it is confusing is that you are not given the full information.
Tai Chi masters and instructors are sometimes not straight forward people.
They may want to keep some secrets or maybe that is how they are taught.
Well, all these are not important anymore.
This book has been specially written to explain Tai Chi in a simple and easy way for practitioners to understand.
No more head scratching to decipher what the master is saying and no more guessing work.
This book will explain it all.
Things to expect from this book:
- What is Tai Chi and internal Tai Chi
- Tai Chi and Yin Yang
- Tai Chi and Chi
- Tai Chi structure
- How to train and things to note
- Tendons Training
- How to be rooted
- Tai Chi and health
- Tai Chi as a martial arts
- Applying Tai Chi into martial arts
If you are having difficulty in your Tai Chi journey, this may be the book for you.
Stop wasting time on practising the wrong thing.
Understand what it is and get it right the first time.