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Chinese elderly people are jumping on a livestream bandwagon

Chinese elderly people are jumping on a livestream bandwagon

A legion of elderly people who want to give themselves a name in the enormous social media scene of China, a world that is mostly populated by young people In public squares throughout China it is not uncommon to see pensioners practicing dance, tai chi or even singing. Wang […] Click here to view original web page at whatsnew2day.com

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Tai chi: It’s a great way to fight stress

HOUSTON – Yana Lee head instructor at Body & Brain Westpark stopped by our studio with a beginner’s lesson to Tai chi and the importance of energy to release stress. “Start to feel the energy, the tingling in your hand, the warm in your hand. Once you start to […] Click here to view original web page at www.click2houston.com

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Even a 10 minute walk can boost your brain

From Suwabe et al. : Significance Our previous work has shown that mild physical exercise can promote better memory in rodents. Here, we use functional MRI in healthy young adults to assess the immediate impact of a short bout of mild exercise on the brain mechanisms supporting memory processes. […] Click here to view original web page at mindblog.dericbownds.net

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Feasibility and outcome of an individualized Tai Chi program for improving balance and strength in the elderly: A pilot study.

Authors: Sung WH, Liu CC, Wei SH, Chuang LR, Chuang E, Wang KA, Wang JC Abstract BACKGROUND: Traditional Tai Chi is too complex for most elderly individuals. There have been few reports regarding the development of simplified Tai Chi programs to suit the physical needs of elderly adults. However, […] Click here to view original web page at neuroscience.berkeley.edu

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The Hull osteopath whose incredible secret profession has made him a Chinese celebrity

The Hull osteopath whose incredible secret profession has made him a Chinese celebrity

David is an osteopath by trade By day he works as an osteopath, massaging people’s muscles and joints and stretching them back to full health. But David Harvey has another unusual profession which has seen him travel to China and reach the final of a prestigious competition. At the […] Click here to view original web page at www.hulldailymail.co.uk

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Tai chi v Zumba: Do you have to work up a sweat to get fit?

Tai chi v Zumba: Do you have to work up a sweat to get fit?

The health benefits of exercise are constantly drummed into us. But many of us simply don’t fancy working up a sweat – or aren’t able to. So is there a way we can get the benefits without the huffing and puffing? Tai chi may offer one solution. It originated […] Click here to view original web page at Tai chi ...

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GQ Recommends: A three-day Tai Chi retreat after Diwali revelry

GQ Recommends: A three-day Tai Chi retreat after Diwali revelry

oberoi sukhvillas If you leave out the kicking, punching and vigorous fighting, The Oberoi Sukhvillas, just 30-minutes from Chandigarh, is offering fitness enthusiasts an enviable chance to master a martial art in just a couple of days. We know you’re probably imagining grey-haired seniors in a garden moving slowly, […] Click here to view original web page at GQ Recommends: ...

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