Tai Chi Kung for everyday life
A great weight bearing exercise and therefore divide the straight correctly with the knees out weight on the outside the floor.
Provides the great position for the lower back as well as strengthen =ing bones. Make sure head suspended and pelvis is tight. Stay in control of your balance throughout the exercise.
It is similar to the Tai chi golden posture and stands on one leg.
Climbing is the activity of using one’s hands, feet, or any other part of the body to ascend a steep topographical object. It done for locomotion, recreation and competition, and within trades that rely on ascension; such as emergency rescue and military operations. It done indoors and out, on natural and man-made structures.
Professional mountain guides or rock climbing guides, such as members of the IFMGA, have been known to be a historically significant element of developing the popularity of the sport in the natural environment, and remain so today.
Chances are, you’ve been to—or at the very least, have heard about—an indoor climbing gym in your town or city. Gyms attempt to replicate outdoor climbing experiences through the use of artificial walls, handholds, and footholds. At each gym, different “routes” up the wall set at varying levels of difficulty. Routes typically color-coded by holds, and their difficulty marked at the start with a plastic card designating its name and grade. The higher the number, the more difficult the route.
Indoor climbing typically divided into three disciplines. Bouldering, top roping, and lead climbing. Each of these vary in technique, but the objectives are all the same: get to the top.
The biggest distinction between bouldering and other types of climbing is that, in bouldering, there is no use of a rope or harness. Instead of relying on ropes for protection, bouldering usually relies on crash pads (thick padded mats) to protect climbers when they fall. Additionally, routes (called “problems” in bouldering) not typically more than 20 feet tall. Having a partner isn’t strictly necessary, but spotting is an important skill for bouldering.