Qigong Exercise Physiology by David McQuillan – Book Review

The Science of Qigong by Lu Yi Gui is a very good book to help beginners learn about the science of qigong. The book itself is easy to read and understand and the text is written in a concise way that makes it easy to learn. I think the book also offers something for people who are more advanced, because the information is very detailed.

The book begins with an introduction to Qigong, which provides the reader with an idea about the history and background of the practice. It also tells about the philosophy and principles behind qigong and how it relates to the practice of exercise physiology. Most of the information presented in the book is very relevant and helpful to people of all levels. The text is very brief but provides enough information to understand its content.

Chapter one in the book contains the basics of Qigong and it is easy to understand and apply to your own body. In this chapter, the author briefly explains the concept of chi, how it works and the basic ways how it can be manipulated. It then goes on to explain how different body parts and organs can benefit from the manipulation of qi.

He also briefly explains why qi is considered to be a form of energy rather than blood, and why it is important to have healthy and well-liked bodies. In the following chapters, the author goes into more depth with specific topics like qigong’s benefits to the health of the mind and the body. Chapter two goes over the theory of qi and how it relates to the theories of kung fu and yoga.

Chapter three introduces the concepts of qi and how it relates to muscles and how it affects body temperature. Chapter four addresses the concept of qi and how it applies to energy and how it affects the body’s balance. Chapter five deals with the concept of qi and how it relates to weight and how it is used to increase one’s metabolism rate and to prevent diseases related to poor health.

Chapter six goes over the concept of the body and the relationship between the body and mind and how each can affect the other. This chapter includes information about body detoxification, qigong meditation and how it helps people lose excess energy and get rid of addictions.

The last of the chapters covers qigong and how it applies to the practice of exercise physiology. The book includes information on the use of qigong as an exercise routine to strengthen the heart and the cardiovascular system and to make it less vulnerable to the effects of aging. It also goes over the theories and application of qigong to everyday activities and how it can be used in everyday life. The book ends with a brief review of the concepts introduced in the book and some concluding notes.

If you are looking to get into the world of exercise physiology, or just want to brush up on your knowledge, this is a good book to start you off. I enjoyed it very much and would recommend it to anyone who is serious about the practice. This book is great for someone who is new to qigong, is more experienced and wants to refresh their knowledge.

This is a good beginner book that will not give the person a whole new set of skills but will give them a greater understanding of the concepts. There is a good flow to the text and all of the topics are taught from a practical standpoint. Overall, I found the book to be an easy read and to understand. I liked the author and the fact that he is not trying to sell anything but simply giving information about qigong exercise physiology.

This is a very good book to start your knowledge of exercise physiology. If you are an intermediate exerciser, you may want to go into further advanced learning before taking this book further, but the information provided should keep you motivated to learn more. Even if you are already a regular exerciser and do not know much about qigong exercise, you should still consider this book because of its value in helping to refresh your knowledge.

I recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about qigong exercise and its benefits. I also recommend the author, as I believe he has taken the time to learn a lot about the topic and has done his homework to provide a very good book that will help anyone interested in learning more about exercise physiology. This is a good introduction to qigong exercise and can provide anyone with a deeper understanding of it.