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Tai Chi Walking: A Low-Impact Path to Better Health

3.08  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Walking should be one of the most natural things we do.Most of us have been walking almost all of our lives. However, many have learned walking in a haphazard way. Wearing improper shoes, modeling ourselves after others whose walking is inefficient, and wrong ideas about how our body works are all factors that take their toll on us over time.Because walking is natural, it ...more
Paperback, 152 pages
Published September 30th 2002 by YMAA Publication Center
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Astratow
Jun 08, 2016 Astratow rated it liked it
Shelves: amerykanskie, qigong
The title of the book is misleading which is great failure of this not that bad otherwise. I thought it would be something to do with tai chi and I hoped I will find some hints about walking meditation. Wrong anticipation. Walking should be the title without that Tai chi bit.
But title is not a book so let's have a look throug it. This is sort of story telling by old man. There are anegdotes which can be only said by aged person. You will find quite a bit knowledge about phisic, medicine, astron
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Sue
Jan 07, 2009 Sue added it
some good iniformation about the physics and mechanics of walking. Chukrow is a physicist, and he is quite methodical and scientific. Not a stellar book, but some good info on walking mechanics. If you walk, and are sore, it's worth looking at, as it might give you some clue as to what's out of kilter.
Alan
May 10, 2012 Alan rated it it was ok
An ok book, but not much tai chi to it, except author's occasional "sending chi" to some injured area. No hints on how to accomplish this.
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