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Having lots of fun running… the Biltmore 15K

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sat May 22nd, 2010, 1 comments

Hi everyone… How’s your running? I have a an event to report about: Biltmore 15K last weekend, May 16th. The last race of it’s kind (it’s been going on for about 13 years) was held inside the grounds of the beautiful Biltmore Estate here in Asheville. I was on top of my game enough to [...]

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Check out the USA Today article

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue May 18th, 2010, 5 comments

We’ve got some exciting news. There’s an article about Chi Running in USAToday 5/18/2010. Go to this link and you can see the article and a video they did as well. It is really exciting to get this coverage in the national media. Also, tonight on HBO at 10pm ET will be a program on [...]

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May Instructor of the Month Advice

Posted by Super Admin on Sun May 16th, 2010, 0 comments

Chi Running is an energy efficient, injury-free method of running. It teaches us what proper alignment is – shoulders over your hips over your ankles – but it’s possible that your body might need additional guidance in getting truly aligned. This is why I highly recommend seeing a professional body-worker if needed.

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Chi Running at the North Pole

Posted by Super Admin on Fri May 14th, 2010, 0 comments

Richard Donavan is an ultra marathoner from Ireland who was the first person to solo run a marathon distance at the North Pole in 2002.  Every year since 2006, Richard has organized a North Pole marathon (http://www.npmarathon.com). Since I have an adventurous spirit, I signed up for the 2010 event knowing it would be a ...

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Running Form and Tension

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Fri May 7th, 2010, 6 comments

I haven’t blogged for a while, very sadly my Mum passed away a month ago from breast cancer, she was too young to go and still had a lot of living left to do.  My family and I are devastated but we have to get used to learning to live without her.  I was in [...]

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Non-identification – A Balanced Approach to Running

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Sat May 1st, 2010, 1 comments

In Chi Running we utilize the principle of non-identification to help you in achieving your running goals, whether to get started on a running program, improve your technique, or PR your 10K. Bottom line, non-identification requires that you get a grip on your ego. Ego is such a loaded word. Really, it’s not a bad thing. ...

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Chi Walking and Visually Challenged Older Adults

Posted by Keith McConnell on Wed Apr 21st, 2010, 3 comments

Recently, I had the opportunity to work with a group of older adults  all of whom had limitations in their vision. This included a range of eye disorders leading to some having  a seeing eye dog, or a white cane, to those who appeared to be able to get along on their own but with a noticeable [...]

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Chi Walking teaches you excellent mind-body connection

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sat Apr 17th, 2010, 2 comments

This weekend, I have the honor of working with a small group of lovely ladies who are on their way to becoming Certified ChiWalking Instructors. We will spend the entire weekend together (ChiWalking Instructor Training), going through the ChiWalking form, lessons, tips, tricks, exercises and drills, which they’ll eventually teach to their own students across [...]

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Chi Running the Boston Marathon

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sat Apr 17th, 2010, 0 comments

As you enter the week prior to the race, here are a few visualizations to help you set your plan. Running your best marathon is part art, part science, part guts, part faith in what you can do, and a little luck, whereas running your best 10k is mostly about fitness. I’ve had the pleasure ...

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Running Form, Distance, Speed

Posted by Laura Houston on Wed Apr 14th, 2010, 0 comments

Last fall I signed up for a 60K trail run in Oregon, planning to train through the winter, but my running was affected as I spent more time taking care of our dying family pet. By March, I switched to the 30K option (which was really 20.5 miles). Our cat passed on, and we took [...]

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