Re: Chair for back pain


Tai Chi helps back pain because, despite it also being a marital art,
>it is designed to enhance the body's resilience, improve flexibility,
>keep your weight in check and help a person to an easier recovery from
>injury, all in all a pretty good list of things.
Cool.. Now, what do we do to cure pain in the ass spammers?
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I don't know about their chair, but I have been doing Thai Chi for almost 2 years now, and it does really help. A bunch of nice stretching exercises, some I can do whilt turning to relieve back strain. robo hippy
> Your right Mac.There is a Martial Arts newsgroup where this belongs. >
> > Tai Chi helps back pain because, despite it also being a marital art, > > it is designed to enhance the body's resilience, improve flexibility, > > keep your weight in check and help a person to an easier recovery from > > injury, all in all a pretty good list of things. > > Richards > >
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On Sun, 30 Mar 2008 08:43:08 -0700 (PDT), robo hippy wrote:
Has it reduced your turning muscle any? *eg*
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Actually, the meditation tended to make mine larger (haven't done any for 4 years, but spent about 4 years doing Yang style)
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> In article , > > > On Sun, 30 Mar 2008 08:43:08 -0700 (PDT), robo hippy > > > >I don't know about their chair, but I have been doing Thai Chi for > > >almost 2 years now, and it does really help. A bunch of nice > > >stretching exercises, some I can do whilt turning to relieve back > > >strain. > > >robo hippy > > > Has it reduced your turning muscle any? *eg* > > > mac > > > Please remove splinters before emailing > > Actually, the meditation tended to make mine larger (haven't done any > for 4 years, but spent about 4 years doing Yang style) > > -- > -------------------------------------------------------- > Personal e-mail is the n7bsn but at amsat.org > This posting address is a spam-trap and seldom read > RV and Camping FAQ can be found at
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It did little for my turning muscle, but helped my posture a lot. I have been swimming a lot and eating less. Lost 20 plus, and 55 more to go. Doc's orders, I have 2 bad hips, and one bad knee. They will have to be replaced eventually, and this will help put it off a bit longer. robo hippy
> In article , > > > On Sun, 30 Mar 2008 08:43:08 -0700 (PDT), robo hippy > > > >I don't know about their chair, but I have been doing Thai Chi for > > >almost 2 years now, and it does really help. A bunch of nice > > >stretching exercises, some I can do whilt turning to relieve back > > >strain. > > >robo hippy > > > Has it reduced your turning muscle any? *eg* > > > mac > > > Please remove splinters before emailing > > Actually, the meditation tended to make mine larger (haven't done any > for 4 years, but spent about 4 years doing Yang style) > > -- > -------------------------------------------------------- > Personal e-mail is the n7bsn but at amsat.org > This posting address is a spam-trap and seldom read > RV and Camping FAQ can be found at
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On Mon, 31 Mar 2008 07:37:12 -0700 (PDT), robo hippy wrote:
Yeah, we did kinda look like matching beer kegs at that show..lol
Good for you on the weight loss, especially on the swimming.. You'll feel better and have more energy... Nan lost almost 100 pounds in a year by eating better and lots of exercise and feels a lot better... Says it feels like she was carrying a bag of cement around all day and finally dropped it..
I've got lots of friends that have had replacements, (goes with living in an old folks area), and though some get them done in their 70's and even 80's, they all say it's best to get them done sooner so that you recover quicker.. Then again, my buddy just got his hip replaced and was playing gold 5 weeks later... He turned 70 right before his surgery..
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