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7 Ways to Get More Energy for your Spring Workouts

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Apr 1st, 2014, 3 comments

A combination of adding positive energy boosters to your life and minimizing leaks that drain your energy will build vitality and give you the resources to workout and manage the rest of your busy life...

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7 Ways to Get More Energy for your Spring Workouts - Pt. 2

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Apr 1st, 2014, 0 comments

More tips to build energy...

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7 Ways to Get More Energy for your Spring Workouts - Pt. 3

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Mon Mar 31st, 2014, 3 comments

More tips to maintain an abundance of energy...

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Spring Training: Keep your eye on the prize

Posted by Danny Dreyer A on Thu Mar 20th, 2014, 2 comments

Spring Training: Keep your eye on the prize

As Spring warms the air and the earth, it’s easy to get carried away in enthusiasm and inadvertently do things in our excitement that set us back instead of move us forward. Injury is of course the big culprit. Having personal goals to work towards is great. But, when the juices are flowing, it’s easy to get lured into training regimens that could side-swipe or sideline you.

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All Day Core

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Mar 4th, 2014, 4 comments

All Day Core

Strengthening your core does not have to mean hardcore work. As a matter of fact, it’s best if you do regular, every day, all-day, gentle core work. Here's how...

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This Year, Be a Minimalist Walker or Runner….

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Jan 7th, 2014, 14 comments

This Year, Be a Minimalist Walker or Runner….

How much extra effort are you exerting now that could be reduced if you spent time practicing good technique? And, watching and listening to your body? What if you held less tension in your body? What if you weren’t toeing off, over-striding or running or walking too upright? What if your breath was deeper and more relaxed and your heart wasn’t pounding so hard? What if you could minimize all the misaligned movement and over-exertion that leaves you wiped out at the end of your workout or injured at the end of the week? Ask yourself what that would feel like?

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Creating Real Change: From Resolutions to Reality in 5 Steps

Posted by Danny Dreyer A on Thu Jan 2nd, 2014, 3 comments

Creating Real Change: From Resolutions to Reality in 5 Steps

Is there anything we can do to “guarantee” that our resolutions stay alive and eventually come true? The short answer is yes. But, the way to get those changes to happen is not a short answer. I’ve taken the answer from the ChiWalking book which involves five steps to achieve a goal...

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It Just Gets Better

Posted by Alice Diffely on Wed Dec 18th, 2013, 1 comments

It Just Gets Better

This is how I'd like to feel when I'm 61.  Meet Mary, one of my Chi Running clients in Portland, Oregon.  She's shown here with her daughter Naomi after the two of them completed the Portland Marathon together this fall.

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Recovery After my First Marathon

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Tue Dec 10th, 2013, 1 comments

Recovery After my First Marathon

The most astonishing thing to me after the marathon was the lack of recovery time.  As a Chi Running instructor I tell my students often about the lack of recovery required in general after a run, compared to their pre Chi Running days, but to experience it myself post marathon was truly an amazing feeling ...

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Crossing the Finish Line

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Mon Dec 2nd, 2013, 6 comments

Crossing the Finish Line

There is no app for this, the banner read as I ran past.  Ain’t that the truth!  I guess that’s what appeals to me about the marathon distance.  There are no shortcuts, you must respect the distance and put the work in, at least if you want it to be rewarding and as pain free an experience as possible...

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A Chi Running Love Letter

I am from Thailand. I am a 38 year old running newbie (I've been running for 1.5 years). After studying your book and DVD the last 6 months, I can run 1K in 5 minutes...

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