Things to know about learning Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Chi Boxing)

Written by C. Guan Soo

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The fundamental principle of Tai Chi Chuan is a must for a beginner, so that he or she will knowrepparttar correct way to executerepparttar 147145 movements.

Other things enquirer of Tai Chi Chuan would like to know is – “What’s in for me?”

Particularly skeptics who see this as slow-moving, apparently energy-less, and senior-people related martial arts.

“Can this help me???”

If I say – “Yes, it can help!”. You may also doubt my words. I don’t mind that. But, how about keeping an open mind and you try it out for yourself. You will seerepparttar 147146 effects over time. And if you don’t, then, you are not doing it correctly!

Sorry, no catch here! :)

Tai Chi Chuan may ‘appear’ to be slow – but this is only for practicing. It actual combat application – you should be able to move extremely fast in order for it to be of use.

The apparent energy-less motion is in fact energy in disguise. The energy gathered and harnessed in Tai Chi is not brute force – but vital energy, Qi that is even more potent than physical strength and energy.


Incidentally – yes, it seems more senior people practice Tai Chi Chuan than younger people, for health reasons. But international champion male and female Tai Chi exponents in China were been trained since childhood. And there are a lot of young adults learning and practicing this art. Hmm… should I still say senior-related???

It does bring a lot of benefits to anyone who practices it religiously, and in particular – correctly. Andrepparttar 147147 best thing is –repparttar 147148 benefits can be limitless, and may cover every aspects of your life! Try it for yourself!

Written by: C. Guan Soo Tai Chi Practitioner

***** Note ***** You may distribute or publish this article freely provide you do not make any changes or alteration onrepparttar 147149 article content, or remove my name and website fromrepparttar 147150 article. Thank you!

A Tai Chi Practitioner and Lover, who has been practicing meditation, martial arts, energy healing & Tai Chi Chuan in the past 23 years.

Achieving Clear Skin

Written by Tim Gorman

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Tips for clear skin #9: Eat foods that contain zinc.

Tips for clear skin #10: Don’t eat foods are high in iodine. Iodine-rich foods can lead to acne problems.

Tips for clear skin #11: Keep your skin clean and use products that are recommended for acne cleansing and prevention.

If you do not have any luck with these tips you may want to make an appointment with your family doctor. He can help you with an acne treatment program or suggest a dermatologist. These two professionals will have tips for clear skin.

Acne can be treated and will usually not go away on its own. Try these tips for clear skin and begin an acne treatment program today.

Timothy Gorman is a successful Webmaster and publisher of He provides more acne clearing solutions, remedies and acne skin care products that you can research in your pajamas on his website.

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