In a recent article about the effects of Tai Chi on the elderly, the retirement home has put into the community calendar scheduled events for the elderly to perform this moving meditation exercise known as Tai Chi. The community calendar has been proven as effective for the retirement home residents.
The Tai Chi for elders experiment was tested by none other than Jeff Halevy who is without a doubt the best expert in behavioral health, nutrition and exercise science and gives the research two thumbs way up!
The community calendar is scheduled for the next Tai Chi event to happen tomorrow morning at 8 a.m.
In a recent study, Tai Chi has been found to be beneficial to improve systole blood pressure, heart rate, body mass index, waist–hip ratio, perceived health, and physical fitness in the eldery. The effects of Tai Chi may be focused more on chronic disease with a long-term training program in the future. This study was researched and documented on dove medical press publishing and as a result of the findings, retirement homes nationwide in America have put Tai Chi training as a group exercise in their community calendar. All elderly patients who are able to perform the functions are encouraged to check their community calendar for the next Tai Chi events.