Other Than Tai Chi, What Is The Best Martial Arts For Adult Beginners Over 50?

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Other Than Tai Chi, What Is The Best Martial Arts For Adult Beginners Over 50?

Tai Chi is well-known as a martial arts for older adults. However, are there any other martial arts styles that are also good for beginners who are over 50? Aikido? Kendo? Mixed Martial Arts? Karate? Weapon-based martial arts? Other? Vote on this martial arts poll and see how others have answered this question.

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