Tai Cheng is here! Renew your youthful energy in just 90 days through the healing motion of Tai Cheng! Developed with Dr. Mark Cheng, this low-impact program combines the 18 fundamental moves of Tai Chi with 21st-century sports science. It includes 12 workout DVDs, plus a Master Scroll reference DVD and valuable fitness tools to help you turn back the clock and feel absolutely fantastic.
Here’s what you get with Tai Cheng:
12 workout DVDs, plus, a Master Scroll DVD:
You’ll also get these valuable tools:
In addition, you’ll receive these 6 FREE BONUS gifts (A $250 VALUE!):
1. Applied Tai Cheng: Travel and Sport (BONUS DVD): Learn how to use Tai Cheng to get more enjoyment from your favorite sports. And, discover exercises you can do while traveling—even on a plane!
2. Low-Resistance Strength Band*: Use it to build up your strength and balance.
3. Medium-Resistance Strength Band*: Step up to the green band for more resistance.
4. “Just Eat This” Week-long Menu Plan: Receive a week’s worth of healthy meal recipes to help you make the right food choices. 5. Removeable Floor Tape: Create yo
ur Tai Cheng foot placement grid with low adhesive strips that leave no sticky marks to clean up afterward.
6. Free Team Beachbody 30-day VIP Club Membership: Stay motivated with positive peer support, chat with trainers, receive expert diet and fitness tips, and get 10% off Beachbody® gear, programs, and nutritionals.
Exclusive BONUS: Order Tai Cheng on Team Beachbody, and receive the Tai Cheng Body Alignment For Better Living DVD—a $19.95 value—FREE!
Ready to improve your well-being, mobility, and posture? On this DVD, Dr. Cheng will help you understand how your body works, how to correct mobility issues, and how to prevent injury. Plus, you’ll learn how to combat flat arches, strengthen your core, walk with proper posture, and fix bad joint mechanics. You’ll also see how using a foam roller can help you work out everyday kinks.
90-Day Money-Back Guarantee: We’re so sure you’ll love this program, we’re giving you our 90-day money-back guarantee. If you’re not completely satisfied within 90 days, simply call Customer Service for a Return Authorization number to return Tai Cheng for a full refund of the purchase price, less shipping and handling. But keep the bonus gifts just for trying Tai Cheng.
Tai Cheng is a 12-week total-body fitness program developed by martial arts master trainer Dr. Mark Cheng, designed for immediate and long-term benefits from learning the graceful movements of Tai Chi (pronounced “tie-CHEE”).
Tai Chi is a martial art practiced primarily for its health and physical conditioning benefits, rather than for combat. Many health experts today agree there’s an association between the daily practice of Tai Chi and improvements in health, both physical and mental.
Every day, the Tai Cheng pro
gram takes you through a gentle, energizing warm-up and the practice of Tai Chi moves. Each move helps you strengthen areas of weakness, tone muscles, and burn calories, while also helping you increase flexibility, improve balance, and reduce stiffness.
Elite athletes find that Tai Cheng helps improve athletic performance in fundamental ways. If you’re overweight, Tai Cheng can help you shed pounds safely as your entire body becomes stronger and more agile. Whatever your fitness level, daily practice of Tai Cheng can result in greater awareness and help improve your strength, energy, and stability.
From childhood on, our mobility decreases until we lose our natural alignment, flexibility, and strength. We convince ourselves that it’s natural to wake up with aches, or fight through stiffness. But it isn’t.
Tai Cheng’s gentle and thoughtful movements can help open your joints, reduce painful knots in your muscles, and promote balance and flexibility, so your health can actually improve as you age. These therapeutic postures can help increase lung capacity, improve muscle strength, and encourage your blood to circulate more regularly through areas where it may have been sluggish, removing toxins and helping to boost your immune system.
The Tai Cheng workouts can make you feel good, help improve your posture, have a positive effect on your energy level, and help restore the fluidity and physical strength that come from gentle and comprehensive total-body conditioning. The practice of Tai Cheng promotes suppleness, strength, ease of motion, and inner peace, helping prolong your fitness and your enjoyment of the activities you love.
In teaching Tai Cheng, Dr. Cheng uses a technique called Dynamic Motion ControlTM. This teaching method helps you understand Tai Chi and its movements by developing fluency in it, similar to the way you learn a new language: by first being exposed to sounds, then turning the sounds into words, and later combining those words into phrases. In Tai Cheng, you’ll learn individual movements, join the movements together to make combinations, then build the combinations into longer series.
Dynamic Motion Control allows you to experience the practice of Tai Chi, and the Tai Cheng program, without feeling overwhelmed by being introduced to too many moves at the same time.
Dr. Mark Cheng, the creator of Tai Cheng, is a martial arts master trainer with 3 decades of experience in Tai Chi. He holds a PhD in Chinese medicine and acupuncture and is a licensed acupuncturist, traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, and physical therapy–based corrective exercise expert.
Dr. Cheng drew on his years of study and expertise to develop Tai Cheng, combining the ancient martial arts and wellness practices of Tai Chi and Qi Gong (CHEE-kung) with modern sports science and functional movement training.
Always looking to increase his knowledge and understanding of total-body wellness, Dr. Cheng’s teaching method reflects his inclination toward innovation, safety, and joy in movement. He currently has a thriving practice in Santa Monica, California, and travels worldwide for health conferences.
Tai Cheng isn’t just a Tai Chi instructional video. It’s a fusion of the traditional Chinese martial art with modern functional movement training. Tai Cheng’s mingling of exercise for both body and mind can help you change your health in a profound way.
Neural Reboot—the warm-up you’ll do every day—helps wake up your body, prepare your mind for Tai Cheng practice, and give you a platform of stability, strength, and safety. You’ll learn a workout that promotes balance and flexibility, helping you feel more energy and less pain. All this helps you develop greater physical control and body awareness.
Tai Cheng helps take the “parking brakes” off your dormant muscles and allows the overworked ones to relax. Through this practice, you’ll learn to move with less strain, access your full range of motion, and help condition your body to function as it should.
Equipment included = Foam roller Strength bands
I'm currently doing a hybrid of P90X2/Tai Cheng and am absolutely loving it! I get up at 3am to do P90X2 and after putting my son to bed, I do Tai Cheng around 9pm. Workouts so far are about 30 mins, but they work up to 60 mins as you progress through the program (according to the fitness guide). With the Neural Reboot and the Tai Chi static stances, this is a GREAT way to end the day before heading to bed! I'm kinda biased though because of my martial arts background, but it is a great program so far! :o)
This is perfect for our grandparents and parents who are slightly older. My mother absolutely loves it and would like to get it soon. Thanks for the review coach!
Coach, So I started the program during my recovery week, and I must say that I did bring up all my immbalances I have in my body. Stronger side and more balanced side. I am going to do this in conjunction with my final phase of P90x2 and see how it works out.
Wow, I ordered Tai Master Kit. Arrived today with 90% of the DVD's missing. Have to call them tomorrow, because this live customer support helper guy is useless. Uggh, don't mean to vent on here, just annoyed as I was excited for my wife to start on this program. She has Fibromyalgia and figure this would be ideal for her. I hope its worth the extra wait.
Wow Jacob, I've never heard of that happening! Call 1-800-240-0913 and they will be able to help! Sorry for that!
I am really excited for this program and experiencing the natural healing of my body. I just am not sure on doing it with the p90x program where my muscles are constantly are ripping and healing themselves with rest. I know rest is essential. Do you think doing this program would interfere with my muscles healing from the intense workouts of p90x? Or am I safe? I just purchased revabs.. Should I wait for that program instead? I dont really see doing tai by itself. The advice you offer is really helpful and encouraging and I try and not bother you with much but this is a question of concern. Can you please give me your input?
You can definitely do Tai Cheng along with other, more rigorous workouts. That won't hinder you at all ... as long as you have time for it each day. If you want to do Rev Abs and Tai Cheng together, that's great.
Hey Sappy, I haven't done this program, so I don't know the exact specifics but from the info provided it looks to be a 6 day per week program with workouts in the 30-60 min range.
Good morning doc, Actually no, I'll wake up at 3:30 to get ready for work, but I actually won't be getting home until 6 or 7pm. My clinical shifts can be up to 13-14 hours 2-3 times a week while the rest are 9-10. Yeah, I put in A LOT of time while im clinic. But any way, I'm sure it'll work out some how. Thanks again sir : )
Hey doc, Next week my work schedule will be changing, and I have found that exercising in the mornings will be my best route. Unfortunately, 2-3 days a week will involve me having to start my workouts at 2 am. I'm used to starting my day at 3:30 and it's still tough, now waking up an hour and a half earlier seems almost impossible. I know that going to bed early is the obvious answer. My problem is getting that energy to actually start moving as the DVD's are rolling. I also don't feel comfortable taking any energy drinks or supplements due to my HBP. How long did it take you to adjust to the new schedule, and do you have any suggestions? Should I just suck it up and deal with it? Thanks, have a good one.
Hey JR, it's about finding the routine that works for you. If you start your day at 2am due to work, then I'm sure you also get off early too, right? If so, maybe working out after work is easier for you. Just find a time that you can make it a priority every day. It took me about 2-3 weeks of getting up early every day (4:30) before I got used to it.
Coach Wayne, Do you know if this can be done while doing another program like p90x in the afternoon and TaiCheng in the mornings? It doesn't seem like it's too physical, what do you think?