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Supreme Ultimate Fist - Resource Guide for Beginners

Here is your guide to learning about Tai Chi (Supreme Ultimate Fist) with multiple sources for you to peruse. Nothing is "for sale" in this blog, although some of the links offer purchases. I receive no compensation of any kind. I compiled information to help the reader sort through the vast resources of the internet. If you ever thought about studying Tai Chi, this guide will help you to get started. If you are not interested for yourself but know someone that practices Tai Chi, this will give you some understanding of the art. These articles are not in the order of usefulness, per se, so the brief explanation and listing of the authors will help guide you to what you need.

  • How to Do Tai Chi is a Wiki How co-authored by Frank Blaney. This is a good place to start. As you scroll down the page, there is information about the history and the meaning of Tai Chi. ****

  • What is Tai Chi? by Sybil Wong offers a brief explanation of the five major styles. The article is part of a commercial website, however, the article is worth reading. ***

  • Tai chi: A gentle way to fight stress by the Mayo Clinic Staff. This article lists the benefits/possible benefits of Tai Chi. ****

  • Tai Chi for Beginners , WebMD. This 6 1/2 minute video with script is a good, though brief, introduction to movement. ***

  • The Health Benefits of Tai Chi by Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School. I like their line "No Pain, Big Gains." ****

  • Tai Chi, video links to free online lessons, compiled by BCalmBzen on the website from various sources. ****

  • History of Tai Chi by Rising Moon Tai Chi in Australia. This school offers the most extensive information you will find for free about Tai Chi, hidden inside the Home tab. The terminology page alone is worth a look! ****

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