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Tai chi moves

Being a martial art practitioner today can mean several things. Perhaps you are just one of those who need some recreational activity, something to stretch those sleepy muscles and perhaps splash them with a bit of excitement offered by the sparring part. There are those who need martial arts as a stress reliever and there is really not a better stress reducer that punching and kicking the bag or sparring with a partner in safe conditions. There are those who need competition, who need to be the best in whatever activity they have chosen. And there are those who seek something more out of the martial arts, the spiritual element, for which many say is gone from the world of modern martial arts.

Martial arts and weight reduction

There is no doubt that practicing martial arts will help you in dealing with extra weight. Actually, many people who need to lose extra fat tissue turn to martial arts because they found regular exercising to be boring after some time. For some fast weight reduction, the training sessions should be frequent, but that depends on the practitioner. Since martial arts have to be liked for someone to turn to them, it is no wonder there are many who train each and every day, some are even doing it two times a day, even though there is no competition or tournament. 

Tai chi

While many martial arts are based on fast victory over the opponent or partner (call it as you wish), there are those that are actually trying to teach practitioners about that spiritual element. Tai chi is one of those. It is one of the oldest martial arts and even though many know of it as a martial art with slow movements, it is actually something else. Tai chi moves are exercised slowly, so that practitioner would understand the meaning of each move. Tai chi is beneficial for health because it also helps with weight reduction, but there is also that other thing. For example, many older people practice Tai chi. It is said that most of the young people simply do not have the patience to perform Tai chi moves slowly, and that leaves them further away from the truth. While constantly moving the body and limbs, the body is actually enjoying the journey, which is something that is usually lost in the world where only starting and ending numbers are important. 

Whatever chosen, when it comes to martial arts, it has to be known that there is more then merely losing weight, building muscles, and learning techniques. 

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