Tai Chi Chuan is an internal martial art that originated in China and became popular in the 20th century. Internal means that the force that is used comes from the tendons, which are in a certain way inside the muscles. In external martial arts the force of the muscles is used, which are external.
When Tai Chi Chuan is practiced, the movements stretch the muscles and joints extensively; it expands the blood of the capillaries and accelerates the circulation in the veins and the lymphatic glands, and in this way it lightens the weight in the atrium. In fact, it is beneficial for the healthy maintenance of the heart, blood flow and the lymphatic system. At the same time, it reduces cholesterol and prevents arteriosclerosis. The abdominal breathing method of Tai Chi Chuan requires to sink the breath into the "Dantien" - a point located about 3 or 5 cm below the navel inside the body, which is also a key point in acupuncture. After a period of practice, the breathing will coordinate with the movement in a natural way, and gradually it will become long, deep, light and soft; then it will have good effects in strengthening the functioning of the respiratory system and increase vital capacity.
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