Don’t let a fear of falling take control

Introducing: "The Tai Chi Way to Better Balance" – a fall prevention guide for you and your aging loved ones

The Tai Chi Way to Better BalanceThe number one cause of death among seniors is falls. A devastating, but true, statistic.

Fortunately, balance is a skill that can be regained – and just a few minutes a day can make a remarkable difference in the life of someone who is balance-challenged.

If you are a senior who would like to be steadier on your feet or care for one, then this book is for you.

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What is in the Tai Chi Way to Better Balance?

This guide will cover:

  • How balance works – it’s more than just the inner ear
  • What you can do to influence your balance – from the shoes you wear to how you move
  • How things like sleep, food, and our breathing impact balance
  • Why strength training is only part of the solution
  • Why unstable surface training, such as on a Bosu, is the wrong approach
  • How Tai Chi principles like “Rooting” and “Central Equilibrium” change the way you relate to balance and movement from the inside out
  • 3 different levels of Tai Chi balance training exercises, illustrated and clearly explained

This entire guide was written, and illustrated, from front to back with an older population in mind. That means that you won’t find any drills or exercises that require ninja-like skills to perform. Instead, you’ll find easy movements and easy progressions that are appropriate for almost all seniors.

 

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About the Authors

DK_HeadshotDan Kleiman teaches adults how to relax, slow down, and improve their health by making the traditional Chinese energy arts of Tai Chi and qigong accessible, understandable, and practical. Check out his videos, podcasts and articles on DanKleiman.com.

Jen WaakJen Waak is a fellow office athlete and recovering management consultant turned health, wellness, and fitness coach that works with entrepreneurs and other crazy-busy professionals to help them have the bodies they want without having to give up their lives.
The author of the Keyboard Athletes Guide to Pain Relief & Prevention, as well as a Z-Health Master Practitioner, Precision Nutrition certified coach, and kettlebell instructor, Jen lives, coaches, and teaches in Seattle, WA.