If you are looking for a way to practice in low-intensity, yet challenging and very good for your health, it may be thai-chi what you are looking for.
Many studies have shown that thai-chi can be very useful in the fight against many medical conditions including arthritis, weak bones, breast cancer, heart disease, sleep problems or Parkinson’s disease.
Unlike many conventional ways thai-chi exercise can be adapted to all people even those associated with wheelchairs or those who are recovering from a serious injury.
How it looks?
This method of exercise consists of a series of movements that look like a string of pearls. Some people call these movements poses as totally wrong because they are static poses, a thai-chi is very dynamic. Without movement thai-chi would not exist. When all of the movements give a certain form, some forms of exercise are slow and some are very fast and dynamic. During the execution of these movements the body is moving in line with the human structure, gravity and inertia.
How well it works on our body, thai-chi completely changes the state of mind and spirit. During this exercise, the second is free of all unnecessary thoughts and problems that we are milling about on the head a few moments earlier and come into a state of total relaxation with thoughts only on the next move.
During thai-chi there are certain levels of exercise. Initially the focus is on relaxation of the upper body, properly transfer weight and learning circular movements and attitudes of his hands. How does your ability to develop and exercise have become increasingly demanding. The exercises can include even traditional Chinese weapons such as straight and curved swords, spears, sticks and long poles, and they support the strengthening, mobility, sensitivity, flexibility and improved footwork.