How Tai Chi is Better than MMA?

Tai Chi and MMA are both martial arts that require practitioners to attain a high level of physical fitness, which often leads to them being compared in terms of their effectiveness as fighting styles. However, there are many aspects of Tai Chi that make it better than MMA, specifically when it comes to taking out your opponent without causing serious bodily harm. This article will compare the two fighting styles and explain why Tai Chi is far superior. MMA is a popular combat sport that involves fighters using a combination of techniques from various martial arts styles, such as boxing, jujitsu, and Muay Thai. This makes it an extremely versatile form of fighting, but one that also has the potential…

How to “Take Root” when practice Tai Chi

When practicing Tai Chi , Take root “落地生根”is metaphor indicate that you feet are very stable, like growing a root to the ground. according to the theory in “Tai Chi Chuan principle “太极拳经, you suppose to make your rise your step like a cat ,use your step like you are facing a deep deep abyss and not fall in it. this is also a metaphor , it means you have to walk your step very light and very stable. to do this you will have to reach two points, first light, second is steady。 steady means every step you took shows extremely strong foundation, or show heaviness.

How Tai chi help diabetes?

Tai chi helps to control blood sugar and insulin levels in people with type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study conducted at Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan. It also helped reduce depression and anxiety in this group of patients.

The study followed 30 diabetic patients aged 20–69 years who practiced Tai chi twice per week for 6 months as compared to another 30 control patients who did not do Tai chi. All the participants were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes between one month and 8 years prior to the study and received treatment from the hospital’s endocrinology department.

How to tai chi reduce back pains

Tai chi has always been exclusively associated with the Chinese. Tai chi is a Chinese exercise and martial art practice that is characterized by maximum focus, slow movements and deep breathing. It is an exercise with a pattern or procedure, and so, it is not something will grasp just at a glance. The teachers will always say that you follow the rules and allow it to be part of you, and then you can enjoy all the benefits that come with it. Its slow and mediatory approach enhances blood circulation and alertness of the body organs. Tia chi is used basically for two approaches, the martial art approach and the healthcare approach. The healthcare approach of Tai chi is well-known to the Chinese but not a popular approach to the rest of the world no until the recent times.