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How To Keep Up Your T’ai Chi Training Routine

Keeping to a training routine is easy when you first start out, as the novelty of starting something new keeps you excited and focused.

Motivation is high at the beginning, so to keep up the momentum and interest, it’s best to try and cement a regular T’ai Chi practice routine into your life from the word go.

Here’s a few tips to help you do just that…

First, use the Calendar function on your PC, smartphone or other device to pencil in your training times. If you don’t have access to these, then buy a planner or diary and make your entries there.

Make time to carefully write in the training periods and imagine the feelings of excitement you’ll have when you practice. This all helps to build and consolidate excitement in your mind. Then when your allotted practice session draws near, you’ll feel motivated to practice your T’ai Chi forms, safe in the knowledge it’s doing you good and enhancing your health and fitness.

If it helps, write an inspiring affirmation or the reason ‘why’ you want to stay fit and health next to your training times. It’ll give you a boost every time you read it and help you stay on course.

Even better, build your life around your T’ai Chi commitments, rather than trying to slot your sessions into the hustle and bustle of your everyday life.

There’s nothing guaranteed to sink your plans quicker than trying to shoehorn your fitness routine into a hectic lifestyle. If you can stay on course for 30 days or more, then you’ll be well on your way to making a T’ai Chi an unbreakable event in your life. Promise yourself you’ll practice no matter what. Stay determined.

Because once you bite the bullet like this and make your T’ai Chi time a priority, it will soon become a fixed routine.

In fact, it’ll become a subconscious habit. And we both know how hard it is to break a habit don’t we!

So make your T’ai Chi habit a ‘good’ habit you won’t want to break – EVER!

To find out how you can improve your health, fitness and understanding of T’ai Chi in as little as 10 minutes per day, check out “T’ai Chi For Life, Health and Fitness” at right now!

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