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About six years ago I began to study tai chi. When I began, I had already been studying karate for several years, but my ... ... me to add tai chi to enhance my martial arts ... ev

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Tai Chi a Perennial American Council on Exercise Favorite

As a fitness professional certified through the American Council on Exercise for the past 17 years, I have seen and taught many different types of fitness classes. Some of these types of workouts stand the test of time, while others last only a short while, or don't catch on at all.

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Mind/Body Fitness

Mind-body exercise is a form of movement that increases fitness in some way—muscular strength, aerobic levels, flexibility, balance—but also enables you to engage your mind in a non-judgmental way and with an inward-directed focus that may become contemplative.

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How to use Tai Chi Principles in Verbal, Emotional and E-mail Self-Defense

The martial arts principles of Tai Chi are also useful against verbal, emotional, and email attacks.

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Harvard Study Shows Heart-Health Benefits of Tai Chi

A new study shows that the practice of tai chi may have powerful benefits for heart health.

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Search Engine Optimisation Copywriting – the Top Ten Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

In the last few years, search engine optimisation copywriting has changed beyond recognition. However, some of the same old mistakes are being made, and with all the changes to the ways search engines rank sites, fresh pitfalls are appearing. This article looks at common mistakes and omissions in SEO copywriting – and how to avoid them.

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Cisco CCNA / CCNP Certification Exam: Same Command, Different Results

As a CCNA and CCNP, you've got to be ready for the unexpected. In the field, sometimes you can use the same command on two different devices and get very different results. Learn why, and how to handle this situation, from Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933.

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Kung Fu Negotiation: Putting the Pieces Together

Martial arts training teaches your mind and body to work together and your body to work as a single instrument to deliver a powerful blow. These teachings extend to negotiation skills, too. If your mind is scattered, you can't negotiate well. If your organization doesn't speak with a united voice, you can't negotiate well. Even incremental steps can make you a stronger negotiator.

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Martial Arts

... am very ... in Martial Arts, as I’ve been training in Tai Chi on and off for ten years as well as an Internal Martial Art called Wu Dao Gong for a y

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Cultivating Ki Flow and Mindfulness, Manifesting Mind

Starting LineThis article is the second in a three part series. In my first article in this series I talked about "Energy, Spirit and Mind" and ... how these terms are used in ... In thi

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Make time for your customers

Feeling rushed or harried is no excuse for bad customer service. Customer service is one of the most important marketing and sales tool known in the advertising and marketing world. Without customer service, you're better off not doing business!

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Lifelong Health for Your Brain

The odds are one in three that, in your old age, you will contract dementia, the disease that cripples the mind. Here are some easy ways to combat a disease that can take away your ability to think clearly and help you enjoy life for your lifetime.

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Anti-Aging and Healthy Life

As your brain ages, its mental capacity will diminish. But you can slow down, or perhaps even halt this process by avoiding unhealthy habits, eating fuel rich foods, having a regular exercise program and keeping your stress levels in check.

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Skin care - Health Tips for Anti Aging

It can be the difference between living a long, productive life and living a life.

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Alternative Medicines And Treatment For Shingles

Shingles (herpes zoster) is an outbreak of rash or blisters on the skin that is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox — the varicella-zoster virus.

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