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Tai Chi for Beginners WWW.GOODNEWS.WS

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http://goodnews.ws/ Tai Chi for Beginners Instructional DVD In 6 languages Six Easy Steps to Enjoy Tai ChiDuration: 90 mins. For more info or to place order go to: http://taichiproductions.com/secureshop/product.php?ProductID=238. Dr Lam has worked with thousand of instructors and students for an ideal Tai Chi Program for beginners. He and his team of tai chi and medical experts created this easy-to-learn and enjoyable set that contains all the essence of Tai Chi.Anyone who wishes to learn tai chi for better health, relaxation and fitness can start with this program. "A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step." Let Dr. Lam help you make your first Tai Chi step an enjoyable experience.This step-by-step instructional DVD commences with a brief introduction to Tai Chi, followed by a series of unique Tai Chi warm up, cooling down and Qigong exercises. This then leads to a set of Foundational Movements and finally the Beginner's Forms. ~ Tai Chi, Taijiquan is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. It is also typically practiced for a variety of other personal reasons: its hard and soft martial art technique, demonstration competitions, and longevity. As a consequence, a multitude of training forms exist, both traditional and modern, which correspond to those aims. Some of Taijiquan's training forms are especially known for being practiced at what most people categorize as slow movement.Today, Taijquan has spread worldw ide. Most modern styles of Taijiquan trace their development to at least one of the five traditional schools: Chen, Yang, Wu/Hao, Wu, and Sun.With purely a health emphasis, Tai chi classes have become popular in hospitals, clinics, and community and senior centers in the last twenty years or so, as baby boomers age and the art's reputation as a low-stress training for seniors became better known.As a result of this popularity, there has been some divergence between those that say they practice tai chi primarily for self-defense, those that practice it for its aesthetic appeal (see wushu below), and those that are more interested in its benefits to physical and mental health. The wushu aspect is primarily for show; the forms taught for those purposes are designed to earn points in competition and are mostly unconcerned with either health maintenance or martial ability. More traditional stylists believe the two aspects of health and martial arts are equally necessary: the yin and yang of tai chi chuan. The tai chi "family" schools, therefore, still present their teachings in a martial art context, whatever the intention of their students in studying the art. Before tai chi's introduction to Western students, the health benefits of tai chi chuan were largely explained through the lens of traditional Chinese medicine, which is based on a view of the body and healing mechanisms not always studied or supported by modern science. Today, tai chi is in the process of being subjected to rigorous scientific studies in the West.Now that the majority of health studies have displayed a tangible benefit in some areas to the practice of tai chi, health professionals have called for more in-depth studies to determine mitigating factors such as the most beneficial style, suggested duration of practice to show the best results, and whether tai chi is as effective as other forms of exercise.Researchers have found that intensive tai chi practice shows some favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness, and has shown to reduce the risk of falls in both healthy elderly patients, and those recovering from chronic stroke,[19] heart failure, high blood pressure, heart attacks, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and fibromyalgia.Tai chi's gentle, low impact movements burn more calories than surfing and nearly as many as downhill skiing.Tai chi, along with yoga, has reduced levels of LDLs 20--26 milligrams when practiced for 12--14 weeks.A thorough review of most of these studies showed limitations or biases that made it difficult to draw firm conclusions on the benefits of tai chi. Read the full story » http://goodnews.ws/blog/2011/04/29/tai-chi-exercise-in-patients-with-chronic-heart-failure/ Tai Chi for Beginners WWW.GOODNEWS.WWS 

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