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eBook Unified Fitness: A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health ePub

by John Alton

eBook Unified Fitness: A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health ePub
Author: John Alton
Language: English
ISBN: 1571742247
ISBN13: 978-1571742247
Publisher: Hampton Roads Pub Co Inc; 1 edition (January 1, 2002)
Pages: 337
Category: Exercise & Fitness
Subcategory: Dieting
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 520
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ePub file: 1663 kb
Fb2 file: 1976 kb

Unified Fitness : A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health: Western and Chinese . Your health is your own natural resource. Like any resource, health will decline and eventually disappear if it is not nourished and sustained.

Unified Fitness : A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health: Western and Chinese Fitness Solutions to Chronic Health Problems. This text - a synthesis of Western and Eastern exercises created by martial artist and self-healing expert John Alton to maximize health - addresses the physical, immunological and psychological aspects of fitness.

Unified Fitness book. Unified Fitness: A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health. 1571742247 (ISBN13: 9781571742247). A new program synthesizing Eastern and Western approaches to getting well. A new program synthesizing Eastern and Western approaches to getting well and maintaining health. Unified Fitness includes numerous illustrations and photos, allowing the reader to fully utilize this unique program of physical, psychological, and immunological fitness.

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A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health

A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health. Published January 2002 by Hampton Roads Publishing Company.

Unified Fitness: A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health. Reflective exercise (RE), a. A pilot study of qigong practice and upper respiratory illness in elite swimmers. P. A. E. Wright, Kim E Innes, John Alton, Viktor E. Bovbjerg, Justine E. Owens. The American journal of Chinese medicine. Reflective exercise (RE), . More). Tyvin A. Rich, Robert Pfister, John Alton, David Gerdt, Martin Baruch.

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P. Wright, K. Innes, J. Alton, V. Bovbjerg, and J. Owens, A pilot study of qigong practice and upper respiratory illness in elite swimmers, The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, vol. 39, no. 3, pp. 461–475, 2011. View at Publisher · View at Google Scholar · View at Scopus. H. J. Jeong, J. S. Kang, H. M. Kim, and K. N. Lee, The immune-enhancement effect by Falun Gong cultivation, Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 113–118, 2002.

She is also a fitness trainer who holds world records for fitness for her age .

She is also a fitness trainer who holds world records for fitness for her age group and has won eight gold medals in the Senior Olympics. However, a woman of any age who wants to be fit and healthy can follow what Heidrich writes in this book. This book shows seniors how to attain fitness and maintain good health and a long life. As the author points out, the number one cause of death in the US is not heart disease, but ignorance. The other nine honorees were under 35 years old. Her blood pressure now averages 90/60 while her bone density exceeds that of a thirty-year-old woman at peak bone density.

Nern
Easy to understand and easy to follow for a beginner
Nayatol
I have read all the gushing glowing reviews and thought I would add my 2 cents, as a nonchalant reader of this book. If you take the "35 days" in the title seriously, you should be prepared to spend most of your waking hours with this book during those days.

I have been less dedicated, and more attached to my normal life habits, and therefore haven't persued the whole program. I'm also not sick, just slightly out of shape. I used to practice tai chi daily for several years, but have fallen out of practice.

That being said, I have benefited from the stretching routine that John recommends in the beginning of the book. I haven't ever seen any other regimented stretching program which does a good job for the shoulders and trunk of the body. There are also a lot of good ideas for stretching the legs and lower back. So I have found a lot of value from just the first ten pages of the book.

Be careful. Anybody reading this book should trust their own body before trusting John's authoritative writing style. If you follow his suggestions mindlessly, you will probably hurt yourself.

I deducted a star from the rating because of the poor quality of the binding of my copy of the book. Pages were falling out. I had to take it to a print shop and get it rebound with a spiral. Now it is much easier to lay it flat and refer to it while stretching.
WUNDERKIND
John Alton's personal journey and the subsequent sharing of that journey in his book, 'Unified Fitness', defines a dedicated and socially conscious character that inspires one to continue that effort in one's own life and to pass it on to others.
Unlike many other health gurus and notables who publish, Alton does not hesitate to place responsibility where it belongs, in the hands (and bodies) of each individual. Hence, you will not find the rote, simplistic approach to health care espoused in other exercise and diet books. Not that Mr. Alton's approach is too complex or rigorous, but he does ask us to consider more than the Western mind deems comfortable.
That distinction is made because Alton has undertaken the daunting task of combining the Eastern and Western medical paradigms. A job not unlike Ken Wilbur's efforts to present a unified field theory of consciousness. While not as intricate as a philisophical treatise, 'Unified Fitness' can be seen as an initial step in the integration and comprehension of the long disparate histories of Eastern and Western approaches to health care.
As indicated, the Unified Fitness program is not for the pill-popping, quick-fix mentality. It takes a dedication and commitment that is not often seen until people are faced with life-threatening deseases (of mind and body). It will take a major shift in social consciousness, as Mr. Alton mentions in his book. So while 'Unified Fitness' may not make the New York Times best seller list anytime soon, it is an essential and groundbreaking work that deserves serious consideration and application.
Malalanim
From reading Unified Fitness, one can see that John Alton obviously takes matters of health and fitness very seriously.
Yet he writes in a way that is much more probing and honest than so many energetic hucksters do when marketing their "product".
Alton's odessey to accumulate all he knows took him as far away as China and also in other intimate personal journeys in understanding himself and his family. So the first person account does much to make this scrupulous and scientific book very personal.
There are narrative accounts and case studies that will provide syndromes that will echo from what one has experienced personally or from those one might know. There is also a compendium of health and exercise information that make this a great reference book. Additionally, Alton explains in detail the application of Chinese qigong to the urgent personal need everyone has of maintaining one's health and fighting infection.
Alton's task of producing this compendium of great knowledge and insight should be greatly appreciated. This eminently readable book should become a bookshelf staple in homes where people are not too busy "getting and spending", and ignoring the understanding that physical health makes life and all that is in it possible.
Kagalkree
John Alton's Unified Fitness presents a powerful new practical vision of traditional Asian healing and contemplative practices. Working with an intimate knowledge of traditional Chinese practices, he has reformulated the entire system from the ground up based on its core principles to create a new process designed to suit contemporary lifestyles and realities. The book cuts through the difficulties of traditional presentations, as well as the superficiality of so many contemporary "manuals", to achieve a rare and powerful synthesis with potent results for personal physical and mental health. Despite being an associate Professor at the University of Virginia in Tibetan Buddhist Studies specializing in contemplative systems with many years of research in Tibet itself, I have seen few contemporary models so deeply based in Asian healing-contemplative traditions, and yet so precisely and powerfully reorganized for a contemporary audience. I highly recommend Unified Fitness.
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