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1) STORY OF AFRICAN WORLD TAI CHI/QIGONG DAY ORGANIZERS!
How Croatia's WTCQD organizer sparked events across Africa!
WHEN WE SAY "You can change the world!" WE AREN'T LYING

2) New Tai Chi Documentary Released on Cheng Man-Ch'ing ...
3) AMAZING STORY: Tai Chi Helps Man Overcome MS ...
4) Do You Teach TC/QG Part Time?
5) Why Tai Chi, MUST Become a New Fitness Science -- Metarobics ...
6) More WTCQD 2016 Event Reports ...
7) An instructional video for beginners and high level teachers, from one of the world's TOP Tai Chi champions, David-Dorian Ross, Host of 24 Hours of World Peace Livestream of World Tai Chi & QG Day events all around the planet live online simulcasting from websites worldwide.
 





World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Spreads Across AFRICA

Moving, Beautiful, Report from an Africa
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Organizer ...

(top image), Cameroon, Africa's World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event, organized    
by Ariel Betti, (lower image), Ariel at Tunisia, North Africa's WTCQD event    

Dear World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Enthusiasts,

In the past we have run articles on how individuals first learned about Tai Chi by passing by a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event, and then Tai Chi not only became part of their life, but through them and their teaching affected many other lives profoundly. 

Women's Prison, Topeka, Kansas

Linda Bowers (left), learned about Tai Chi when attending a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event, and now is a Tai Chi teacher!

David happened to be walking by a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event, and got interested in Tai Chi. David now works at YMAA educating tens of thousands of people about Tai Chi benefits.

So we know that WTCQD events you organize, or participate in, have the ability to literally change people's lives in huge ways ... 

But, TODAY'S STORIES are about how one man (a Croatian), one single human who organized WTCQD events in Croatia and Macau, inspired another man, another single human being (an African in Cameroon), who is now working to spread World Tai Chi & Qigong Day and the Internal Arts ALL ACROSS THE CONTINENT OF AFRICA.

Earth Lights
Followed by the story of a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day, and World Healing Day organizer in Egypt, whose massive events gained mass media attention, and inspired people all around the world. The web of lighted influence these bright shining lights of humanity spark, begin to touch one another and overlap into a world of light and possibility.


When we say again and again, that by joining in on WTCQD you can change the world ... we are not blowing smoke at you ... WE MEAN IT ... YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD!

Below is an AMAZING story of Ariel Betta in Africa, a beautiful story of how Tai Chi inspired him, and how he is inspiring World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events to spread across the African continent. 

BUT, WHAT IS REALLY EVEN MORE AMAZING, than this amazing story, is what you'll read below about how Nikolas Maracic, a Tai Chi champion from Croatia, who organized WTCQD events in Croatia (and got Presidential recognition) and later organized WTCQD in Macau, China, became an inspiration for Ariel to spread World Tai Chi & Qigong Day ALL ACROSS THE AFRICAN CONTINENT, and then how Mohamed Ghariani in Tunisia fueled Ariel's flames of vision to do the amazing work he is doing today throughout Africa.

This is a perfect testament to what WorldTaiChiDay.org and WTCQD Founders have been preaching for 17 years ... that, YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD ... and that EVERY PERSON SHOULD CONSIDER THEMSELVES "World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Ambassadors." Read on to see what one man, Nikolas Maracic, and one man, Mohamed Ghariani, did to change the world and affect people all across Europe, Asia, and throughout the African Continent.



Ariel Betti's amazing story ... Cameroon, Africa ...
 

"I think that the next generations deserve a better legacy.

I see World Tai Chi & Qigong Day, and spreading Tai Chi and Qigong throughout Africa and the world, as an opportunity to give something back to my continent, and a gift of a best "next generation" to the world.

I think that we really need World Tai Chi & Qigong Day, and the arts of Taiji and Qigong, right now in our world because we live in a world where we need to learn from each others to address the problem of immigration, racism, fear... And Tai chi can bring us to that experience, because if one is opened, he can learn from anyone.

We, as a population of this planet have been looking for a practical way to reconnect with the world as a family, and I think that Tai chi and Qigong can bring that to our experience.

We can learn to be more sensitive, to see the true origin of our conflicts and express the best we have inside.

That's why the concept "One world, One breath. One family!" does make so much sense to me ... and why I hope to see all of Africa and all countries worldwide involved in World Tai Chi & Qigong Day."
-- ARIEL BETTI 
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Organizer -- AFRICA 


"A day is not a succession of hours to fill (or to fulfill), but about hours to live."
-- Ariel Betti, African World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Organizer









MY TAI CHI AND QIGONG LOVE STORY...

My name is Ariel Ondoua Betti, I come from Cameroon which is a beautiful country in central Africa, and I am a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day organizer in Africa, and I'm actively engaged in the promotion of Tai chi chuan and Qigong.



How did I got into Tai chi and Qigong ?

One day, while going for my morning jogging, I saw a group of people in Cameroon close to a stadium executing slow and gentle movements... Except in China, I had never seen something like that, beautiful, deep, true expression of PURE PRESENCE!

I can clearly remember my thought that day: Whatever they are living, and experiencing, I want to have the same experience.

So, I started Qigong and 3 years later, I got into Chen Tai chi chuan and had the opportunity to spend 3 years in the Chinese community...

I had a number of different teachers (Chen, Yang and Wudang tai chi), not just one. But my majors are Chen and Yang.

I started working for the promotion of martial arts and also Qigong and Tai chi in University in Cameroon where I was instructor and also President of the martial art club.

My teachers taught me that Taiji and Qigong must not be separated, even if I had to learn it separately and that's the way I approach it.

When I came to Tunisia, I also got closer to the Chinese community here with whom I have been practicing, training and teaching everyday over 3 years and engaged in the promoting to the internal Chinese arts with the Tunisian Wushu kung fu Federation. In fact, Tai chi did change my vision of the world and the way I interact with people around the world. Because of the mindset I got from Tai chi, I'm always opened to the opportunity to learn. That brought me to be fluent in 8 languages and also to learn various martial arts.

I don't think that I'm the best because I teach Tai chi or Qigong or something else... I never want to think that way, and I never want my students to think that way too. Because when you start to think that way, there is no more opportunity to grow.
For me, one of the most crucial words, concepts, and experience is in the word "SERVICE". Love and service are strongly connected.

I think that when you practice Taiji (Tai Chi), you have got to give something back to the world ... without this element, your practice is useless.

That's the reason why I want to bring more African countries to know more about tai chi and Qigong. It is about connection.



That's why I have been connected with a lot of different countries such as Tunisia, Cameroon, Uganda, Ivory Coast, Congo, Senegal where I got colleagues or students ... In some, I went by myself to promote the World Tai Chi and Qigong Day and in other African nations we are working with the masters over there to promote the spirit of internal arts.

Today in the continent, we have more and more people who are opened to the health, the martial art purpose and the spiritual understanding of Taiji.

Ariel teaching Internal Arts to children in Tunisa        


The results speak for themselves:
-Now, we have good and strong teachers in Cameroon with a great passion and a good participation in the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events,
-the Congo and Senegal will join the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day's global family of events with a great presence next year
-Tunisians had a massive participation for the World Qigong and Tai chi day this year
-We are planning some global action toward Morocco and Burkina Faso as well
- In July we will have the certification of the first tai chi and Qigong generation of instructor in Tunisia with a big cooperation with BSU (Beijing Sport University)

I do that on my own which means that it is huge investment, and I'm not rich, but I don't do that out of a risk analysis...otherwise I won't see any benefit to it. But I think that the next generations deserve a better legacy.

I see World Tai Chi & Qigong Day, and spreading Tai Chi and Qigong throughout Africa and the world, as an opportunity to give something back to my continent, and a gift of a best "next generation" to the world.

I think that we really need World Tai Chi & Qigong Day, and the arts of Taiji and Qigong, right now in our world because we live in a world where we need to learn from each others to address the problem of immigration, racism, fear... And Tai chi can bring us to that experience, because if one is opened, he can learn from anyone.
We, as a population of this planet have been looking for a practical way to reconnect with the world as a family, and I think that Tai chi and Qigong can bring that to our experience.

We can learn to be more sensitive, to see the true origin of our conflicts and express the best we have inside.

That's why the concept "One world, One breath. One family!" does make so much sense to me ... and why I hope to see all of Africa and all countries worldwide involved in World Tai Chi & Qigong Day.

ARIEL BETTI, African World Tai Chi & Qigong Day organizer


Ariel sharing Tai Chi in Tunisia, North Africa (above) and in Cameroon, Africa (below)  





How did I found out about WTCQD ? 

I really own a big thank's to two people : my dear friend Master Nikolas Maricic whom videos got us to discover for the first time WTCQD in 2008. He was really active and you could feel the love and enthusiasm he had for what he was doing and see the strength of his faith. He made a big impression on me. I had the great pleasure to meet to invite him in Tunisia in 2012. 

Croatian Tai Chi Gold Medalist
Nikolas Maricic, Tai Chi champion, and World Tai Chi & Qigong Day organizer in Croatia and in Macau,    China. Nikolas got WTCQD recognized by Croatia's national government's office of the Presidency.   


The second is Mohamed Ghariani who is also a good friend and who is actually the one who made Tunisia a member of WTCQD in 2013 and told me about the idea.


Sifu Mohamed Ghariani leads World Tai Chi & Qigong Day in Tunisia, North Africa


      
 
The subscription to list and organize a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event was simple, fast and Bill Douglas was so friendly, which, in my experience is not that common to find. So, how could we resist? We discussed about the idea, and it was like the horizons opened up. I was so excited about the opportunity to connect with more people, and deeply touched by the meaning of such a global event.
 
Can you imagine? During one day, the world moving with the same breath and the same spirit. It was the perfect image of the domino effect. So we started just with 50 people in Tunis and the year after we got 150 people, this year we were more than 200 hundred and from that I got the idea to bring even more countries in our African continent to join the movement.

ARIEL BETTI, African World Tai Chi & Qigong Day organizer















More World Tai Chi & Qigong Day AFRICA Organizers / Events


CAIRO, EGYPT      AFRICA

Mohamed Essa was an early organizer in Egypt, and his events include not only our World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event, but expand to include Yoga, Healing Meditation, and Sufi Dance Meditation as well ...

There were over 5,000 attendees at Cairo's 2016 World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event!
 

MohammedTaiChi
Mohamed Essa, Cairo Egypt

Mohamed Essa's events in Cairo, Egypt, have been supported or endorsed by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism, by the Indian and Chinese embassies, etc.




Mohamed's WTCQD event was covered by Egyptian National News!       

















SOUTH AFRICA
Johannesburg / Capetown
Sifus SATA and Craig Boden ...



South Africa























New Tai Chi Documentary Released Soon!

THE PROFESSOR, TAI CHI'S JOURNEY WEST. 
After successful premieres in Los Angeles and New York
it is being released on DVD/VOD on July 12.





TAI CHI HELPS MAN OVERCOME MS


Gary Paruszkiewicz is a former Executive Chef, certified by the American Culinary Federation, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1991. At his worst, he used a motorized scooter due to limited mobility and was taking up to 16 tablets of ValiumŪ and 2400 mg of ibuprofen daily, along with "mega-dose" courses of a powerful Corticosteroid about four times a year to suppress the immune system and combat the effects of the disease. 

He retired from the world of restaurants, and returned to school, earning a BA in Psychology, and Certification as a Stress Management Educator. He used Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Yoga techniques, complementing his physical therapy and rehabilitation, to successfully achieve a level of wellness and regain mobility.

Learn about Gary's therapeutic "Tai Chi in a Chair" program for people dealing with MS and other conditions at his site: 
 http://therapeutictaichi.weebly.com/


Gary Paruszkiewicz will be presenting at the upcoming National Qigong Association Annual National Conference, see below.




HUGE COMING EVENTS:
World Congress on Qigong, San Francisco
September 2-5 2016, the 17th World Congress on Qigong/TaiChi/TCM
Call out for speakers, presenters, and more. Click here for details/info.

National Qigong Association Annual National Conference
July 29 through July 31st. Click here for details/info. 





Note from WorldTaiChiDay.org on Gary:

"I had known Gary for several years, seeing photos and video of his World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events, and had no idea that Gary had Multiple Sclerosis. When you see the below video of Gary doing Tai Chi, you will know why I had no idea. Until one day, I was communicating with one of Gary's Tai Chi students, who asked me, "Do you know Gary's story?" And I replied I had not, and she filled me in, about Gary's having needed an electric wheel chair and canes at one time to get around, before throwing himself into a whole new lifestyle with Tai Chi at the center of it. Today, I teach Tai Chi Meditation for people dealing with Multiple Sclerosis, for the University of Kansas Hospital's Turning Point Center for Hope and Healing. I tell Gary's amazing story all the time to those groups, and often share the below video with them as well.

Every Tai Chi and Qigong teacher with students dealing with MS, needs to know Gary's amazing story and share it with their students."
-- Bill Douglas, Founder of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
    Tai Chi Meditation for Multiple Sclerosis teacher for
    the University of Kansas Hospital's Turning Point Program 








The highest goodness is like 
water. Water benefits all things
 and does not compete.
-- Lao Tzu



SHARE THIS MESSAGE WITH ALL THE TAI CHI AND QIGONG TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS IN YOUR CITY (You can find them by googling "Tai Chi "your city"" or "Qigong" "your city"").

Are you a part-time Tai Chi (QG) teacher? Or is it a hobby on the side, while you do something else? WHY? The world needs you full time!

There are not nearly enough Tai Chi / QG teachers in the world. In my hometown of Kansas City there are 2 million people in the metro area, and there are about a dozen Tai Chi teachers working part or full time at it. If we got 2% of Kansas City aware of the profound benefits of Tai Chi / QG that would be 40,000 students. Do you think a dozen teachers could teach 40,000 students, even if they all taught full time? Here's a clue ... NO FRIGGIN' WAY.

The idea that Tai Chi and Qigong teachers need to quarrel and compete over students is so ridiculous it is comical. So, the back-biting and sniping that Tai Chi teachers do behind each other's backs is so stupid--because in the end that old pattern of behavior limits and diminishes those who do it just as much as those they put down. All Tai Chi and Qigong expansion is held back by such division.

We are all brothers and sisters of the same family, and if we work together as a family to educate the public about Tai Chi and Qigong's profound benefits, we can vastly expand the student base for ALL local teachers and schools.


Man's enemies are not demons,
but human beings like himself. 
-- Lao Tzu


He who does not trust enough,
Will not be trusted. 
-- Lao Tzu



THE SOLUTION:
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day is a PERFECT EXAMPLE of what happens when we all work together as a Tai Chi / QG sisterhood/brotherhood. We can awaken millions to the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong worldwide, "when we work together." 

Tai Chi & Qigong teachers worldwide, who worked together ... did this ... they educated millions about Tai Chi and Qigong. So, even those teachers and schools who shun this event benefit from the world we do together ...
 
Los Angeles Television News Covers
WTCQD Los Angeles



International Television News Covers
Israel's WTCQD


Associated Press Television and BBC News Covers Latin America's WTCQD

Agence France Presse Television News Covers WTCQD in Havana, Cuba

Uruguayan National TV News Covers WTCQD in Uruguay


China Global News Network CCTV Covers Africa's WTCQD

Egyptian National TV News Covers WTCQD in Egypt


New York City's WTCQD Covered by International TV News



Together ... we not only show people the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong, we give the world a vision of what humans can do ... when they do it ... together.

Tai Chi and Qigong are more than an exercise, they are a whole new way of seeing the world ...



The highest goodness is like 
water. Water benefits all things
 and does not compete.
-- Lao Tzu





WORLD TAI CHI & QIGONG DAY 2016 IN SICILY, EUROPE - Beautiful video!




Scroll down for more WTCQD 2016 reports coming in ...








Tai Chi or Qigong Students ...
Ever find yourself so frustrated you feel like giving up?

Tai Chi or Qigong Teachers ...
Ever had a new student get frustrated and take it out on you?

This is not uncommon, learning Tai Chi and Qigong can be FUN, but it can also be frustrating, as it stretches us mentally, emotionally, and physically on many levels.

WorldTaiChiDay.org offers many FREE resources to help both students and teachers. Our insights have helped people worldwide "stick with" Tai Chi and Qigong, even through the challenges, see: 






 





 










BREAKING
TAI CHI
MEDICAL
NEWS:

University of Kansas Hospital
Media Department
Report ...
 

T'ai Chi is good for those with chronic illness
 
Ancient practice helps modern hearts
 
For a practice that's more than 2,000 years old, T'ai Chi is surprisingly relevant to many of our more modern maladies.
 
"It's often called 'meditation in motion,'" said Bill Douglas, an instructor at Turning Point, The Center for Hope and Healing.
 
"But with so many benefits, it might be known as 'medication in motion.'" Douglas, author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi and QiGong," cites study after study illustrating positive results. 








Find more research in WorldTaiChiDay.org's free Medical Research Library.





 














 See Gorgeous Belgian WTCQD event video - Tai Chi Flashmob ...


WTCQD NOTE to ALL WTCQD Videographers: 

Dear organizers/videographers, the quality of photography and cinematography of your event coverage is stunning, way beyond what we all started with years ago. We wish we could headline every one of your videos coming in, and we will post them and run them, but it will take time.  DO NOT LOSE your high-resolution video files. We are certain that one day a feature length documentary of WTCQD will be done, and we'll do a call out for quality video files of past events from around the world when that happens. We are only waiting for a cinematographer with vision to embrace this and start a Kickstarter, etc. campaign to get it going. Our hope is the documentary will be titled "One World ... One Breath: A Global Tai Chi & Qigong Evolutionary Movement." Any accomplished, visionary documentarians out there? WTCQD is a gift to any documentarian with the vision to take advantage of it, documentarians/funders of documentaries read more.

Yours in Qi,

Bill & Angela Wong Douglas, Founders of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day














Behold, the Human Poetry of the worldwide family of Tai Chi and Qigong ...

2016
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Reports 



"In all my decades of Tai Chi, I have never
seen a human being doing Tai Chi who
was not ... beautiful."
-- David Dorian Ross, host of "24 Hours of World Peace Livestream" and Tai Chi champion. 







A fun slide show from yesterday's World Taijiquan & Qigong Day, Seattle. Thanks so much to everyone for coming out, 
Meg SafranekJohn SafranekHarly LaneFiona McGuiganDoug Northman among many others, to Nichole Griepentrog , for the wonderful pictures, to Bill Douglas & Angela for holding the creative & inspiring flame for all these years! And to David-Dorian Ross & Margaret for all the work on the 24 hour live stream! WOW!
- Kimberley Ivy





SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA  USA
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2016


Pictures of The World Tai Chi & Qigong Day at Sacramento by the Zhao Youbin Yang Taichi Scholl









SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA     USA
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
















DAVID-DORIAN ROSS
Tai Chi Champion, and Host of "24 Hours of World Peace Livestream"
- live coverage of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events worldwide.


Check out this sample of David-Dorian Ross's very creative and accessible approach to online Tai Chi teaching. New students can learn from these classes, but also, teachers can benefit from studying with David to assimilate his human, innovative, easy to access approach to Tai Chi and Qigong. 
 

"It took me many decades to learn how to let go of Yang pure
information exchange teaching, and move into the deeper
Yin flow concept of teaching. David is a master at it, in
addition to being a high level physical master of Tai Chi."
-- Bill Douglas, Founder of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
   2009 Inductee to the World Internal Arts Hall of Fame 
 
 






















METAROBICS
Tai Chi as a New Science




Two recent newsfeeds on my page prompted me to write a post which might also be of interest for your newsletter. The first in particular concerns me, in that they state that Tai Chi is a moderate exercise which if done right, should leave you feeling "slightly breathless."


This is so contrary to the essence of Tai Chi. I have notice others who categorize Tai Chi as moderate or low impact aerobics, I suspect because there is no other category for these exercises. This is one of the primary reasons I think there is a need to popularize a category such as metarobics. 

Best, 
Pete Gryffin, PhD, MS



Recent newsfeeds stressed again the importance of a Metarobic understanding behind the benefits of Tai Chi. As noted in my last post, researchers with Emory University School of Medicine stated that the most critical area to research is identification of the mechanisms underlying the benefits of Tai Chi for older adults. Metarobics does this, and the following articles further stress this need. In the first article, on a study on the benefits of Tai Chi for type 2 diabetes (Click HERE to read the article), the author stated that benefits for type 2 diabetes might be due to Tai Chi being a moderate form of exercise. The author further defined moderate exercise as: "Any activity that leaves you feeling warm and slightly breathless but still able to hold a conversation counts as moderate exercise." If there is one thing about Tai Chi, it is that it does not leave you in any degree breathless. Indeed, the feeling can be described more as being "breathful."   It has also been noted in an extensive review of Tai Chi studies that Tai Chi has no aerobic specific effects (1). 
 
Since there is no established category for these exercises, others have also tried to classify exercises such as Tai Chi as a low impact or moderate form of aerobic exercise. Until the development of a Metarobic understanding, researchers have had no other "go to" for mechanisms of effect, for the many and sometimes dramatic benefits of Tai Chi. This approach has several drawbacks, the first being that it is inaccurate. Tai Chi has only a mild effect on heart rate, and when practiced correctly, does not raise it to even low impact aerobic levels. I have noticed that in an attempt to gain "aerobic" benefits, some teachers and practitioners have sped Tai Chi up, to the point of removing two of the primary benefits of Tai Chi - a relaxed body combined with slow deep breaths. These two elements increase unique Metarobic effects related to enhanced blood oxygen saturation, diffusion, and oxygen based metabolism. It is my hope that in time, a Metarobic understanding of these exercises will help overcome the tendency to try to classify Tai Chi as low impact aerobics, or as moderate exercise. As noted in my book "Tai Chi Therapy: The Science of Metarobics," other researchers have also stated a need for such an evidence and theory based approach, from which to categorize and better study and promote these unique exercises. It is their very nature as a slow moving, breath-focused relaxation exercise which has such tremendous benefits for health and chronic conditions (again, see my book for more details).
 
The second post was a tongue in cheek article by Simon Doonan, on her experiences with Tai Chi (Click HERE to read the article). In the article Simon notes that her husband came home from work, saw her doing Tai Chi, and thought she was having some sort of episode. She stated that she avoids trying to explain why she does Tai Chi, in part because there is no way to rationalize Tai Chi as muscles toned or calories burned. That as an exercise, it is intrinsically mysterious. I appreciate the depths of Tai Chi, which at times can be quite "mysterious," but it again stressed the need for promoting a Metarobic understanding of Tai Chi. It removes the WTF (noted below), with "Ah, so that's why people do this."
 
The WTF comes from Simon's observation of the First Lady, Michelle Obama, learning Tai Chi while on a trip to China. Simon noted a frown and an expression that she described as "This won't tone my arms. WTF?" Again, a Metarobic understanding will replace that with a smile and an "Ah, so that's why I am doing this." One final note, further stressing this point, comes from a reader comment: "Everybody over this age is Tai-curious. Everybody under 60 thinks it is utterly idiotic." Metarobics replaces idiocy with understanding, including an understanding of the need for exercises such as Tai Chi for chronic conditions, and answers the questions of the older "Tai-curious" group.
 
For more information, and to answer your own questions, see the Metarobic Institute pages, or for a more fuller explanation of Metarobic effects and supporting research for health and a wider range of chronic conditions, read "Tai Chi Therapy: The Science of Metarobics," available on Amazon.com (Click HERE for link).

If you would like to read Part One and Part Two of this series, below are the links:

Why Metarobics?

Why Metarobics - Part Two: Dedicated to Alan Rickman and David Bowie

Citation
  1. Lee MS, Lee E, Ernst E. Is tai chi beneficial for improving aerobic capacity? A systematic review. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2009 43; 569-573.

--
Pete Gryffin, PhD, MS
drgryffin@metarobics.org
"What is necessary to change yourself is to change your awareness of yourself." ~ Abraham Maslow


















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