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    Yoga and Tai Chi

    So, yoga and Tai Chi may not seem much like workouts to some, but it can be tougher than you think in a really great way. If you get the opportunity and have enough function to move part or parts of your upper body/torso, give either or both a try.

    I'm just getting started and yes, I have to adapt much for these disciplines, but life is all about adaptation.

    I'm a total newbie at each and my signature pretty much says it, but I'm loving both. I posted previously about Tai Chi, but I've just added yoga for a mix.

    Any other yoga or Tai Chi-ers here at CC?

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    I am actually interested in trying it, and a yoga studio opened not too far from my house recently. I might just have to sign up....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaMemChose
    So, yoga and Tai Chi may not seem much like workouts to some, but it can be tougher than you think in a really great way. If you get the opportunity and have enough function to move part or parts of your upper body/torso, give either or both a try.

    I'm just getting started and yes, I have to adapt much for these disciplines, but life is all about adaptation.

    I'm a total newbie at each and my signature pretty much says it, but I'm loving both. I posted previously about Tai Chi, but I've just added yoga for a mix.

    Any other yoga or Tai Chi-ers here at CC?
    We are alike.
    I do Tai Chi movements to strech my arms and shoulders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by van damn
    We are alike.
    I do Tai Chi movements to strech my arms and shoulders.
    i do tai chi as well ...also some shotokan -fudokan karate katas to increase my breathing skills.
    • Dum spiro, spero.
      • Translation: "As long as I breathe, I hope."

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    Yay Carrie! Keep us posted on it. I hope you love it like I do.

    Major kewl on using Tai Chi to stretch your shoulders Geno. I hope to be more like you in that I'm working to reach my physical best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaMemChose
    Yay Carrie! Keep us posted on it. I hope you love it like I do.

    Major kewl on using Tai Chi to stretch your shoulders Geno. I hope to be more like you in that I'm working to reach my physical best.
    I hope you acheive your goal.
    Keep me informed on how it's going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adi chicago
    i do tai chi as well ...also some shotokan -fudokan karate katas to increase my breathing skills.
    Way to go Adi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by van damn
    I hope you acheive your goal.
    Keep me informed on how it's going.
    Thank you Geno.

    Will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by van damn
    Way to go Adi.
    thanks geno .
    • Dum spiro, spero.
      • Translation: "As long as I breathe, I hope."

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    I did yoga one summer before my sci and I had the best shape in my life. I was always doing exercises and running and they kept my weight down and kept me toned. But yoga really shaped me good. I loved doing it too. Good luck and have fun!

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