Todd: So， Monica， you do Tai Chi?英语文章
Monica: Yes， joined a Tai Chi club.
Todd: What made you join the Tai Chi club?
Monica: Well， do， which is high impact sports like basketball and tennis.
Todd: So， you wanted to do something that was slower?
Monica: Yeah， well， enjoy exercise that is quite slow such as yoga， but I decided to join this club and I'm really enjoying it.
Todd: So， what exactly is Tai Chi? What do you do in Tai Chi?
Monica: Well， there are different types of Tai Chi. There's the original Tai Chi which involves quick fast movements， and then there's a slower form of Tai Chi which is quite popular in Japan. I think it's called Mr. Young Tai Chi， and that involves very slow pronounced movements， and that's the Tai Chi that I'm doing.
Todd: How do you feel? Like after you do Tai Chi， do you feel tired? Do you feel energetic?
Monica: After I I haven't had a really hard workout， and that I'm very motivated to do whatever I need to do for the rest of the day.
Todd: Now， you actually are a tennis coach， Tai Chi for other athletes?
Monica: Yeah， Tai Chi for other athletes. It's quite difficult to know exactly how you would benefit from Tai Chi， and how it can directly relate a specific sport， but I've heard that it works on your energy levels， your mind so that everything is in balance， even in a sport like tennis， it's important to have balance when you're hitting the ball， when you're volleying， when you're getting ready for a smash. It actually involves having balance in terms of where your center of gravity is， so yeah， the concepts are similar.