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Running and training and preparing for Asheville

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Aug 24th, 2010, 0 comments

The weather is starting to get cooler. That must mean fall is around the corner, and so too is the Asheville Half Marathon. Training for this event has been pure joy. I have been using our Pain-Free 1/2 Marathon Training Program (Beginner) and it has stood me well. The form focuses, specific workout types and [...]

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Running Form As A Holistic Practice

Posted by Ryan Miller on Tue Aug 24th, 2010, 0 comments

It is an exciting time for distance running! Running form, once barely considered by running coaches, is now the main topic of discussion amongst distance running enthusiasts. The old school heel-toe running form has yielded to the midfoot strike. Even the fastest runners in America are tweaking their running form. Danny has been saying for [...]

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Running While Travelling

Posted by Keith McConnell on Mon Aug 23rd, 2010, 0 comments

As part of a recent 3-week trip beginning in Eugene, Oregon and returning from  Montreal, Canada, my girlfriend, Kathy, and I were able to run in a wide variety of settings. What struck me overall was how much better travelling can be when running is an integral part of the experience. With long drives and several hours of [...]

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Chi Running response to: Should I run barefoot or not?

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Fri Aug 13th, 2010, 11 comments

If you’ve been following the boom in barefoot running over the past couple of years, you might have suspected (and rightly so) that it has been at least partially responsible for the current shift in running shoe design. What I’d like to say about that is that it’s not about the shoes…or lack thereof. Some [...]

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Running in the Wrong Shoes

Posted by Hazel Wood Master Instructor on Mon Aug 9th, 2010, 1 comments

No, this is not another post about traditional running shoes, minimal shoes or barefoot running. It is about what we put on our feet when. Why do many runners choose between running in road shoes and running in trail shoes. Does it matter? Can you just as easily run trails wearing shoes designed for road [...]

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Personal Performance for Chi Runners

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Aug 6th, 2010, 0 comments

The term “performance” in athletics has been usurped by top athletes and has become riddled with so many innuendos that the term itself can scare off the athlete and the runner in you. However, the concept of personal performance can be the best kind of motivation. Personal performance asks you to listen deeply to your ...

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Ah-ha Moments in Running

Posted by Laura Houston on Wed Jul 21st, 2010, 0 comments

Last weekend I had the pleasure of hosting and assisting Danny at two ChiRunning workshops in Seattle. It was a full weekend with lots of good energy and inspiration. Danny arrived Friday afternoon, and despite having been up since just after midnight our time, he agreed to go on a run. There were some trails [...]

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From pigeon-toed to running excellence

Posted by Super Admin on Fri Jul 16th, 2010, 0 comments

I was born in 1955 in Auckland, New Zealand, to a teenage mother who gave me up for adoption. As I began to learn to walk, it was observed that I rolled outwardly on the sides and heels of my feet … very pidgeon-toed!I had bone deformities which caused me pain around my big toes ...

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Effortless Running Refresher

Posted by Laura Houston on Sun Jul 11th, 2010, 0 comments

This morning we held our monthly Chi Running refresher. Summer finally arrived in Seattle and motivated a couple of past students to come out and refresh their Chi Running skills.  After a brief check-in, addressing any issues or questions that come up, we went through the Body Looseners, and prepared to run. Our route is [...]

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Freedom

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Jul 6th, 2010, 0 comments

In Chi Running, Chi Walking and Chi Living, freedom is an important theme that we explore and work towards in its myriad facets: freedom of movement, freedom to make the best choice for yourself, freedom to respond creatively in the moment. The 4th of July is the commemoration of America’s freedom from the tyranny of ...

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