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Old Mar 26th, 2012, 06:54 AM   #80051
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Morning Marc, I'd be pleased to give you a hand with breakfast. Tai Chi I'm so sure about.

I managed to under estimate the effort required for yoga. Back in the day (maybe in the middle 70's) I strained muscle in my upper back and neck doing an advanced pose way too soon. Looked to easy to be of any value as an exercise, I thought in my naive youth
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Morning Marc, I'd be pleased to give you a hand with breakfast. Tai Chi I'm so sure about.

I managed to under estimate the effort required for yoga. Back in the day (maybe in the middle 70's) I strained muscle in my upper back and neck doing an advanced pose way too soon. Looked to easy to be of any value as an exercise, I thought in my naive youth
Morning, Dana. I am not as flexible as I once was, so I leave yoga to my wife. I would like to go back and try to learn the basic Tai Chi movements once again. We shall see.

How are you this fine sunny morning?
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Morning Marc, Dana, Tai Chi eh? Isn't that dancing like no one is watching, but in slow motion?

SAP is up for the day with the flowers of Portugal. a very close call for a photographer and the Dubai Fountain tribute to Whitney Houston.

Now it's back to work for me, later . . .
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Kim, you might like this clip. Teaching dogs the piano keyboard. Amazing.
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Morning Marc, Dana, Tai Chi eh? Isn't that dancing like no one is watching, but in slow motion?

SAP is up for the day with the flowers of Portugal. a very close call for a photographer and the Dubai Fountain tribute to Whitney Houston.

Now it's back to work for me, later . . .
No, Tai Chi is not like dancing, Don. You are thinking of the Wu/Hao style of Tai Chi.

I like the t'ai chi Sun style. Sun style t'ai chi is well known for its smooth, flowing movements which omit the more physically vigorous crouching and leaping of some other styles. The footwork of Sun style is unique, when one foot advances or retreats the other follows. It also uses an open palm throughout the entirety of its main form

Tai Chi for Beginners - YouTube
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I thought some here might like this cartoon I found:
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Old Mar 26th, 2012, 09:50 AM   #80057
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Kim, you might like this clip. Teaching dogs the piano keyboard. Amazing.
that is definitely an amazing clip Marc, thanks for sharing.

Good morning my friends, I am starting "aqua bootcamp" this morning very excited about it

hope that you are all having a great morning so far and will chat more later
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Morning everyone.

Marc, you might recall I used to do Tai Chi. I miss it very much.
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Don, the cartoon is quite cute and I hope that my dogs will greet me like that one day
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that is definitely an amazing clip Marc, thanks for sharing.

Good morning my friends, I am starting "aqua bootcamp" this morning very excited about it

hope that you are all having a great morning so far and will chat more later
Yes, it was an amazing clip, Kim. Doxies could never do that with a keyboard.

Good luck with your "aqua bootcamp". I saw aqua zumba when I was in the pool for my arthritic knees ........... amazing movements in the water.
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