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Tai CHI Martial Arts: Fundamentals And Methods Of Self-Defense: From Basics To Advanced Techniques

Qiáng ZǏmò

Tai Chi, also referred to as Tai Chi Chuan, is a centuries-old Chinese martial art. It is frequently practiced for both its self-defense and health benefits. Tai Chi is a form of exercise characterized by deliberate, sluggish movements that transition fluidly, accompanied by deep breathing and a composed mind.
Tai Chi, which originated as a martial art, emphasizes the cultivation of internal energy (qi or chi) and the promotion of mind-body harmony. It emphasizes flexibility, balance, coordination, and relaxation. During Tai Chi movements, practitioners frequently describe a sense of being centered and grounded.
Beyond its martial applications, Tai Chi has gained global recognition as a form of low-intensity physical activity that is appropriate for individuals of all ages and levels of physical fitness. Regular practice of Tai Chi may enhance overall health, reduce tension, increase flexibility, and improve balance, according to research.
Although Tai Chi forms can differ, they generally comprise a succession of synchronized movements or "forms" that harmoniously interweave. These forms have the ability to replicate the motions of fauna or depict natural phenomena. In addition, companion exercises, breathing techniques, and standing meditation are frequently incorporated into Tai Chi training for martial applications.
Despite the fact that millions of people practice Tai Chi for its health benefits, many traditional institutions and practitioners around the world continue to teach and preserve its martial aspects.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: Apr 12nd, 2024
  • Pages: 68
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.14in - 0.17lb
  • EAN: 9798322662181
  • Categories: Martial Arts - Karate

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