Learn to Love Running Slower

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Mon Jun 28th, 2010, 2 comments

As a distance runner and student of running technique, I have had to learn to love running slower.  Last year, when I first started to experiment with running to heart rate, I found that I had to run a lot slower than I was used to in order to keep my heart rate down.  I [...]

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Training for the Asheville Half Marathon

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Jun 27th, 2010, 1 comments

Okay, folks. It’s official. Shelly and I will be running the Asheville Half Marathon: 18 Sept 2010. That means in the meantime, we’ll be training! So that means that I’m back to blogging like a real blogger and will be updating more frequently. Fun! We are using the Pain-Free Beginner Half Marathon Training Program to [...]

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The Dipsea Race: A Long Running Affair

Posted by Hazel Wood Master Instructor on Tue Jun 22nd, 2010, 3 comments

I don’t seem to be able to give it up. Every year, on the second Sunday of June I’m full of excitement and trepidation, ready to start running the Dipsea.  It’s been 30 years since I started this affair and there’s no end in sight. The Dipsea race itself just celebrated its 100th running  — [...]

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Sport Psychology and Distance Running and Walking

Posted by Keith McConnell on Tue Jun 15th, 2010, 1 comments

“Pizza and Beer, Pizza and Beer”. Not exactly what I expected but these three words were what one of my students came up with when I asked my Eugene Marathon ChiRunning/ChiWalking training group to give me an example of a Positive Affirmation. Well, I suppose for him, it was a positive and playful thought that [...]

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Weight Release as a Practice

Posted by Nicole Darsey on Mon Jun 14th, 2010, 0 comments

It’s often been said that if you can consistently change a habit, you start to develop a practice. Every time we eat, we have the opportunity to change our habits and change our practice of food/energy consumption. It’s also true that as you continue to deepen your practice, all aspects of it become ...

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Barefoot Running

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Sun Jun 13th, 2010, 6 comments

There is much debate in the running community about barefoot running these days .  The author of Born to Run, Chris McDougall, a book largely responsible for the increased interest in barefoot running, was in London this week and gave a talk hosted by Terra Plana.  It was interesting to learn that he does not [...]

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Running to a Steady Beat

Posted by Laura Houston on Wed Jun 9th, 2010, 7 comments

Lately I have noticed how much my metronome has been helping my running. I have participated in several races the last few weeks and I usually end up running with someone. Sometimes I remember my metronome and other times I ran without it. If I was running with someone whose cadence was a lot slower [...]

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A Chi Running Love Letter

I am 51 years old and always wanted to be a runner (even had recurring dreams about running), but I always walked so heavy that when I ran even for 3 minutes, I invariably got shin splints. My boss told me about Chi Running and I downloaded the book on to my Nook ...

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