Tai Chi Y4D149: Out on the Lawn

New HampshireAt the end of my work, there were five large and four small divots in the lawn from my full turns. The half-turns didn’t rip up the ground nearly as much as the full turns. The full-turns, though, made a mess. Something to bear in mind, I think, when I’m working outside — I can do damage without meaning to.

Getting started today was tremendously challenging. But I did get in my practice, to the point of doing five iterations of the form and one of the qi gong forms.  I’m definitely feeling lethargic.

On the other hand, yesterday I climbed Mount Major, which overlooks Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire.  So I feel like I accomplished some quality work on building my endurance, even if my tai chi practice is not the best right now.

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