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reply to post by CardiffGiant
Sounds pretty awful. I don't have any experience in Tai Chi. I took a Tai Chi broadsword class but it wound up being a place for all the local Dungeon and Dragon nerds to pretend they were exercising.
Your story does remind me of this video though, check it out:
I've heard a lot about Tai Chi as well for disabilities to help with exercise and pain reduction. I hope you find a program that works best for you.
does anyone here get into tai chi? do you know anyone that does?
i have been thinking about taking up tai chi. i have been into martial arts my entire life. i have always heard about the benefits of tai chi but i am just now researching it.
i have my opinions on tai chi as it pertains to a fighting art. i dont care about that side of it. i am strictly talking about it for health reasons.
i am 36 years old. my wife is 23. we have a 15 month old daughter. we need to get some exercise. neithher one of us work so we do a lot of just sitting around.
before it gets derailed into a thread about work...
my wife was always a stay at home. we agreed on that when we first got together 3 years ago.
i was working at a foundry. been there a while. i had an accident and my fingers got ripped up. one of them got amputated and the middle finger took some serious damage.
i have developed crps because of it and i draw a permanent disability rating.
reply to post by Komodo
Wow! I just did the whole video with Dr Paul Lam. Are the rest of the video lessons online or do I have to buy them? Wow, I think this will really help me. I can't wait to keep going!