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Tai Chi Fit Over 50: BALANCE Exercises (Streaming)
Duration: 36 min
Improve Your Balance and Prevent Falls
In Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50 Balance Exercises, master teacher David-Dorian Ross leads you through a simple tai chi lesson. This follow-along routine is shown in a mirror-view format with nothing to memorize. Just follow the moves, and you’ll enjoy the health benefits of tai chi, with a focus on improved balance, strength, and stability.
Perfect for seniors, those with limited mobility, or anyone looking to improve their balance and prevent falls, the OVER 50 balance routine combines basic tai chi moves for an easy, whole-body workout. You’ll feel relaxed and energized afterward.
Tai Chi Fit: OVER 50 Balance Exercises includes
- Mirror-view tai chi moves to the left and right.
- Low-impact, whole-body exercises to improve balance.
- A beginner-friendly follow-along workout—no experience needed.
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