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Superior effects of modified chen-style Tai Chi versus 24-style Tai Chi on cognitive function, fitness, and balance performance in adults over 55 Journal article
Brain Sciences, 2019,Volume: 9,Issue: 5
Authors:  Zou,Liye;  Loprinzi,Paul D.;  Yu,Jane Jie;  Yang,Lin;  Li,Chunxiao;  Yeung,Albert S.;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Chiou,Shin Yi;  Xiao,Tao
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Aging  Balance  Cognition  Mind-body exercise  Tai Chi  
Tai chi as an alternative exercise to improve physical fitness for children and adolescents with intellectual disability Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 7
Authors:  Kong,Zhaowei;  Sze,Tat Ming;  Yu,Jane Jie;  Loprinzi,Paul D.;  Xiao,Tao;  Yeung,Albert S.;  Li,Chunxiao;  Zhang,Hua;  Zou,Liye
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Aerobic exercise  Balance  BMI  Coordination  Developmental disability  Flexibility  Mind-body movement  
Tai chi as an alternative exercise to improve physical fitness for children and adolescents with intellectual disability Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 7
Authors:  Kong,Zhaowei;  Sze,Tat Ming;  Yu,Jane Jie;  Loprinzi,Paul D.;  Xiao,Tao;  Yeung,Albert S.;  Li,Chunxiao;  Zhang,Hua;  Zou,Liye
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Aerobic exercise  Balance  BMI  Coordination  Developmental disability  Flexibility  Mind-body movement  
Severe hypoxia does not offset the benefits of exercise on cognitive function in sedentary young women Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 6
Authors:  Lei,On Kei;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Loprinzi,Paul D.;  Shi,Qingde;  Sun,Shengyan;  Zou,Liye;  Hu,Yang;  Nie,Jinlei
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Accuracy  Exercise  Hypoxia  Peripheral oxygen saturation  Reaction time  
The effects of tai chi on markers of atherosclerosis, lower-limb physical function, and cognitive ability in adults aged over 60: A randomized controlled trial Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 5
Authors:  Zhou,Shengwen;  Zhang,Yanjie;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Loprinzi,Paul D.;  Hu,Yang;  Ye,Jiajie;  Liu,Shijie;  Yu,Jane Jie;  Zou,Liye
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Aging  Arterial stiffness  Balance  Cognition  Mind-body exercise  Tai Chi