Leisure Sports in China Lead to Healthy With Health Qigong

Yang WEI

Abstract


The study is located in the current leisure sports background, revealing the history and status of leisure sports in China’s development. Leisure sports are considered a useful method for chronic disease prevention and health promotion. Traditional Chinese sports, including martial arts, Qigong and so on. This article is based on the Chinese traditional sports-Health Qigong action gentle, soft with just, emphasizing ideas and physical activity, has a unique fitness health effect.


Keywords


Leisure sports; Chinese culture; Health Qiging

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