Never Too Old for Tai Chi and the Mar...

Never Too Old for Tai Chi and the Martial Arts

There are 3 comments on the Voices Online story from Feb 11, 2010, titled Never Too Old for Tai Chi and the Martial Arts. In it, Voices Online reports that:

I was asked this week if being in your forties is too old to start a Tai Chi class, when I get this question it always seems strange to me especially since nearly all the latest press releases on Tai Chi have been about it being used in senior exercise classes and to prevent falls.

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drunkenbear

London, UK

#1 Feb 18, 2010
Jacques Thomet 7 DAN

Seffner, FL

#3 Feb 19, 2010
Jacques Thomet 7 DAN wrote:
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For UK it is fine .
For U.S. people only pussy and kids.....!
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ahahaahhahah or LOL. The way how he do here in U.S. will be never ever good.enough .....so ahahahah! No dedication ! Hoops.
dvebuz20

Southampton, PA

#4 Jun 22, 2011
i just started tai chi and ive been noticing that i feel "wavy" during it. What is the cause of this?

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