Tai Cheng Review
What You Should Know
Fitness routines are plentiful in the marketplace. Dieters have the ability to choose from strength training routines, cardiovascular routines and conditioning routines. The ideal fitness routines select the best portions and combine them into a total-body fitness program. When the program is tested, the best available products include diet and supplementation information as well as make the product available to dieters of all fitness levels.
Beachbody, distributor of such products as P90X, Insanity, Hip Hop Abs and Slim in 6, has found one of the most complete fitness programs on the market, Tai Cheng. This product takes the basic principles of Tai Chi and Chi Kung and mixes in modern exercise philosophies. At the time of publication, Tai Cheng was still in the development stages, so Beachbody does not provide pricing information.
List of Ingredients
- Set of DVD’s designed to improve overall strength, balance and flexibility.
Tai Cheng is a workout program designed to improve flexibility and balance. Beachbody is the company behind the program and this is a new type of product for Beachbody. Most Beachbody programs are designed to promote weight loss, burn extreme amounts of calories and boost metabolism. Tai Cheng will do all of these but in a milder way than other popular programs by Shaun T and Tony Horton. This is a welcome change.
- Tai Cheng is designed for all ages and fitness types.
- The product is backed by more than 30 years of years of research and development.
- Tai Cheng will not burn as many calories as other Beachbody products.
- The product does not provide information regarding diet and supplementation.
- The product does not offer clinical trials or scientific research.
- Tai Cheng does not provide pricing.
- The dieter must possess the required motivation to continue with this program.
We like Tai Cheng. Any workout program that is available to all fitness levels is without a doubt ideal. The program takes dieters through 13 weeks of low-impact fitness routines that will improve overall balance, movement and stability. What we did find about Tai Cheng is that the product, albeit low-impact, is not the perfect match for the dieter looking to lose a significant amount of weight. The principles behind the program are movement and flexibility and not strength and conditioning.
We also would have liked to have seen the price of Tai Cheng. Typically, Beachbody products cost in the neighborhood of $150 or more. The cost conscience dieter could become hesitant regarding a product that does may not increase weight loss.