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Frontiers in Sport Research, 2023, 5(2); doi: 10.25236/FSR.2023.050201.

The Regulating Effect of Taiji Cloud Hand on Sub-health State


Zunshuai Wang1, Taoxing Yang1, Guanhui Song1, Xinrong Fan2

Corresponding Author:
Xinrong Fan

1Shaanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, Shannxi, 712046, China

2China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing, 100700, China


Sub-health refers to an intermediate state between health and disease. With the popularization of information technology, the acceleration of the pace of life, a great change has taken place, the vast majority of people work from “manual labor” into "sedentary", and sedentary caused by sub-health problems not only more and more complex, and involves people also more and more widely, almost become the norm of modern people, it seriously affects the quality of life and physical and mental health. If it is not prevented in advance, the sub-health state will gradually change into a disease state, which is bound to increase the burden of manpower, material resources and medical insurance finance in China's medical system. Taiji is a traditional Chinese health care method, cloud hand is the most representative of the harmony of Yin and Yang in Taiji, its gentle and gentle moves, not only easy to learn, and is not limited by the site, can be practiced anytime and anywhere, often practice Taiji cloud hand can effectively solve the sub-health problems caused by sitting. Based on this background, the analysis of sub-health on the analysis of the causes of sub-health.


Taiji, Cloud hand, Sub-health, Preventive treatment of disease

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Zunshuai Wang, Taoxing Yang, Guanhui Song, Xinrong Fan. The Regulating Effect of Taiji Cloud Hand on Sub-health State. Frontiers in Sport Research (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 2: 1-6. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.2023.050201.


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