- Improved lower and upper-body strength.Practiced regularly, it’s comparable to resistance training and brisk walking.
- Boosts flexibility and strengthof upper and lower-body.
- Improved balance and, according to some studies, reduced risk of falling by training proprioception (the ability to sense the position of one's body in space), muscle strength and flexibility.
- Improved aerobic conditioning for movements with appropriate speed and size.
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