Exercise for Frailty and Disability

During the last week of May, 2014 thousands of scientists gathered from around the world for the World Congress on Exercise in Medicine conference, which was held in Orlando, FL. This is the worlds largest and most prestigious conference about exercise and the medical issues that relate to exercise. The … Continue reading

Chai Tea After Tai Chi

Chai tea is simply delicious yet it is actually good for you unlike most of the things you love to drink. There are several different recipes for Chai. However, most of them include: ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and usually a black tea but sometimes a green one. Chai is generally … Continue reading

Cancer Treatment and Balance

There are few things in this world as terrifying as finding out that you or a loved one has cancer. Then comes the often excruciating treatment. Even after treatment, many cancer patients suffer with the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. There is evidence that some patients who receive chemotherapy … Continue reading

Cross-Training with Tai Chi

It’s possible, maybe even likely that Tai Chi is not all you do or would like to do to keep moving. If that’s the case then you should consider cross-training with Tai Chi. Many people cross train to avoid boredom, losing motivation and keep engaged in their fitness regimens. “Tai … Continue reading