Unified Fitness: A 35-Day Exercise Program for Sustainable Health: Western and Chinese Fitness Solutions to Chronic Health Problems

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Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 337 pages
Your health is your own natural resource. Like any resource, health will decline and eventually disappear if it is not nourished and sustained. 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. From the first non-Chinese practitioner in the United States to be recognized as a qigong master by the Chinese Minister of Sports, the book is an alternative medicine approach to total health using physical fitness and qigong exercises.

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About the author (2002)

John Alton (born 1901) was one of the most renowned cinematographers of the postwar American cinema. In 1951 he won an Academy Award for his color photography of "An American in Paris". He lives in Los Angeles. Todd McCarthy is chief film critic of "Variety", co-editor of the "King of Bs" (1975), and writer and co-director of the award winning documentary, "Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography" (1992).

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