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DVD: Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50 Beginner Exercises with David-Dorian Ross

Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50

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Availability: Out of Stock

Run Time: 40min

Number of discs: 1

Narration: English

Menus/Subtitles: English

Region Encoding: All Regions

Code: D4812

ISBN: 9781594394812

Release Date: March 1, 2017

Skill Level: Skill level 1 recomended Skill Level 2 Skill Level 3

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Enjoy Tai Chi At Any Age

In Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50, Master-Teacher David-Dorian Ross leads you through a simple tai chi lesson. Perfect for any age, this follow-along routine is shown in a mirror-view format with nothing to memorize. Just follow along, and you’ll enjoy the health benefits of tai chi, including improved mobility, balance, strength and flexibility.

Perfect for seniors, those with limited mobility, or anyone looking for some gentle exercise, the OVER 50 workout combines basic tai chi moves and energizing qigong exercises for an easy, whole-body workout. You’ll be relaxed and breathing deep in no time.

Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50 includes:

  • Mirror-view tai chi moves to the left and right.
  • Low-impact, whole body exercise done sitting or standing.
  • No experience needed; beginner-friendly follow-along workout.

Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50 allows anyone to experience the wonderful feeling and benefits of tai chi without the stress of needing to memorize the movements. Just follow along, have fun, and keep smiling!

David-Dorian Ross

David-Dorian Ross is an eight-time gold medal winning martial artist, and has been called “The man who brought Tai Chi mainstream” by Inside Kung Fu magazine.






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