The Complete Tai Chi Tutor provides a structured programme towards achieving professional expertise in the art of Tai Chi. Its clear step-by-step illustrations and practice tips guide the reader from beginner to advanced level, through to practitioner-teacher.
Covers the Horse Knowledge and Care elements of the BHS Stage examinations III and IV. This book covers chapters which include headings to show which subject matter is required at each level as well as suggestions for practical follow-up work and helpful hints on examination technique.
Features original pieces by leading cycling writers such as ITV reporter Ned Boulting looks at how the Tour made it to our living rooms and into our hearts; pro rider Daniel Lloyd lifts the lid on actually riding a Tour in 'A Domestique's Tale'; Jeremy Whittle examines why, despite drug scandal and infamy, the Tour still intoxicates us; and more.
Scaling a new peak of rash over-ambition, Tim Moore tackles the 9,000km route of the old Iron Curtain on a tiny-wheeled, two-geared East German shopping bike. In this book, he reflects on the curdling of the Communist dream, and the memories of a Cold War generation reared on the fear of apocalypse - at a time of ratcheting East-West tension.
In this book, Ian Dille compiles and showcases the world's quintessential cycling experiences through extensive research and interviews with expert sources, vivid storytelling, stunning photography, and compelling design. The format includes in-depth descriptions, ranging from locations such as Italy and Belgium to Nova Scotia and Texas.
Uncovers the level of fraud and criminal activity at FIFA, which has been described as the biggest sporting scandal of the century. From Blatter to Blazer, from bribery to embezzlement, the author reveals the key protagonists, crimes and evidence he handed to the FBI which led to the arrests of FIFA executive and the resignation of Sepp Blatter.
Harry de Leyer first saw the horse he would name Snowman on a truck bound for the slaughterhouse. The recent Dutch immigrant recognized the spark in the eye of the beaten-up nag and bought him for eighty dollars. On Harry's modest farm on Long Island, he ultimately taught Snowman how to fly.