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Tai Chi for Athletes

Tai Chi for Athletes

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The Tai Chi for Athletes workout DVD with Shane Eversfield is a series of moving meditations you can do with minimal space and no prior experience. Here is an effective way to improve your capacity for mindful, brilliant swimming, biking, running - indeed, any forms of endurance athletics. With a little consistent practice (20 minutes per day), you can experience that elusive zone so many athletes pursue - a heightened awareness and acute sensitivity that arises from the seamless union of mind and body. You can experience the effortless power of perfect technique. Shane Eversfield is a Coach for Total Immersion, creator of Zendurance Cycling, author of Zendurance, a Spiritual Fitness Guide for Endurance Athletes (as well as numerous triathlon magazine articles), and an avid, passionate tri-athlete. His race resume includes 2 Hawaii Ironman's, 2006 Ultraman Hawaii World Championship, 2007 24 Hours of Triathlon, 2007 Course World Championship in Almere Netherlands. He was USAT All-American in 2008, and Honorable Mention in 2009.

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    Title: Tai Chi for Athletes
    Genre: Health & Fitness-Tai-Chi
    Starring: Shane Eversfield
    Director: Shane Eversfield
    Release Date: 3/1/2011
    Product Type: DVD
    Catalog #: 1134
    UPC: 890161001134
    Item #: WID100113

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 3/1/2011
    Run Time: 66 minutes
    Studio: Bayview Films

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