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Honestly, I recommend tai chi (no impact, lifelong applicability), bagua (super fun, good in crowds) and hsingyi (pure striking, equal training of left and right), all of which can be learned in the Chinese system at a single school. Best part is that much of the practice involves forms, so you can train wherever you are, whenever you feel like it. Tai chi ...


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I'll go through the styles in order to give you an idea of what to expect. I would recommend trying several styles before choosing one so you find the right fit for you. Taekwondo: This style is a Korean offshoot of Japanese karate (Shotokan I believe?). It is famous for its high kicks. You will need to be flexible to do well in competitions. Wing Chun: ...


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