August 2021 | Journal of Healthcare Engineering | by Jing Li, Guangren Zhou Abstract Martial arts tracking is an important research topic in computer vision and artificial intelligence. It has extensive and vital applications in video monitoring, interactive animation and 3D simulation, motion capture, and advanced human-computer interaction. However, due to the change of martial […]
August 2021 | by Farhad Ghadiri et al Abstract The aim of present study was to compare the mental skills of elite male youth and adult in Wushu and Kickboxing. Subjects included of 20 youth kickbox, 20 adult kickbox, 20 youth Wushu and 20 adult wushu players. Results showed psychosomatic skills and stress reaction of […]
May 2021 | In book: Expériences du corps vivant | Publisher: L’Harmattan Abstract In spite of their inexhaustible variety, martial practices and energy medicines from China (wushu, taiji quan, qi gong, etc.) share at least one common element: they all stress the importance of shenfa (身法), an operative concept for which symptomatically we cannot give […]
Tai Chi for Health and Well-being: A bibliometric analysis of published clinical studies between 2010 and 2020
Complementary Therapies in Medicine Volume 60, August 2021, 102748 by Guo-YanYanga AngeloSabaga Wen-LiHaoab Li-NingZhangc1 Ming-XianJiad1 NingDaie HanZhangf ZahraAyatiag Yan-JunChengh Chen-HaoZhangi Xiao-WenZhange Fan-LongBuj MinWenak XianZhoua Jian-PingLiue Peter M.Waynel CarolynEea DennisChanga HosenKiatmn JenniferHuntera AlanBensoussana a NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University, Penrith, NSW 2751, Australiab Public Health School, Inner Mongolia Medical University, Hohht, Inner Mongolia 010000, Chinac Graduate Research School, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing 100029, Chinad China Resources Sanjiu Medical and Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Shenzhen, Guangdong 518110, Chinae Centre […]
by Wenbo Li, Liangbin Yang, Xinke Leng, Weikun Liu The International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Education, July 2020 Abstract: With the theoretical and technical progress of Wushu education, the traditional teaching method of oral instruction and demonstration can no longer satisfy the needs of current Wushu education. To address this issue, the […]
21st World Congress on Qigong/Tai Chi/TCM/Natural Health was held last weekend to commemorate the 21st World Tai Chi & Qigong Day. Nearly 70,000 people watched this historic multi-lingual event last weekend, and here you will find Instructions on how to view recordings of this extraordinary worldwide event.