Running Efficient

Posted by Jean Remi John Campion on Sat Oct 30th, 2010, 0 comments

Chi Running affords us the ability to run efficiently… In today’s world where we are learning to use more sparingly natural resources, reducing our carbon footprint, recycling to reduce landfill, Chi Running is also a paradigm of this within ourselves… Why step on the accelerator in your car only to slow & stop at a red light [...]

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Brisk walkers have lower breast cancer risk: study

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Oct 29th, 2010, 0 comments

Brisk walkers have lower breast cancer risk: study NEW YORK | Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:03am BST NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - Women who take regular ...

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Brisk walking protects against breast cancer after menopause

Posted by Super Admin on Fri Oct 29th, 2010, 0 comments

Insider News Brisk walking protects against breast cancer after menopause Published: 28/10/2010 15:36:43 - PDF Version (103 KB) by ecancer reporter Janet FrickerUndergoing brisk walking for five hours each week can reduce the risk of breast cancer in post menopausal women by nearly 10%, reports the latest publication from the Nurses’ Health Study. The ...

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Walking now may give you a brain boost later

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Oct 29th, 2010, 0 comments

Walking now may give you a brain boost later 1:37 PM PDT, October 13, 2010 Walking promotes good physical health, but it may also help maintain memory and cognitive function for years, a study finds. The research, published online Wednesday in the journal Neurology, is based on a study of 299 men ...

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New Chi Running Training to Begin: Houston 1/2 Marathon #2

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Oct 26th, 2010, 0 comments

Well, I’ve gone and done it. Signed up for another race…! My first race using Chi Running was in 2009, the Houston 1/2 Marathon. It was a great experience and I’m looking forward to running it again in 2011. After completing and setting a new PR on the very hilly Asheville course in September of [...]

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“Pre” – Running in Famous Footsteps

Posted by Keith McConnell on Thu Oct 21st, 2010, 0 comments

One of the most successful and well know American middle distance runners ever is Steve Prefontaine. “Pre” was a legend in his time setting 14 American records and, at the time of his early passing (he was 24), he held seven American records from 2,000 to 10,000 meters.  Over the past four years, as a [...]

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Tips from Certified Instructor of the Month Doug Dapo

Posted by Super Admin on Mon Oct 18th, 2010, 0 comments

For many years, my preferred way to unwind and recharge was to run. I never used to take walking that seriously. If I went out to exercise, it was always to run. I even had a somewhat negative view of walking. During my runs, stopping to walk was almost considered as “taboo.” If I was ...

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Finding “practice” everywhere I go

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Mon Oct 4th, 2010, 2 comments

Since I ran the Asheville Half Marathon, I’ve gone running twice. My practice of running has been slim compared to pre-race time. Thankfully, however, I have found no shortage of places and occasions to “practice” just for the sake of practice. It’s pretty fun to make a list of the places/times when you can make seemingly every-day [...]

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10 Most-Common Mistakes in a Distance Walking Event

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Mon Oct 4th, 2010, 2 comments

Walking a 5K (3.1 miles) or longer distance is a noble endeavor but it can be a greater challenge than most people realize. There are common mistakes that people make that can make their event less than pleasurable, or even cause pain and ...

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10 Most Common Race Mistakes in a Distance Running Event

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Oct 4th, 2010, 0 comments

Running is considered a high injury sport because approximately two out of three runners gets injured annually. We believe it doesn't need to be that way. Most aches, pains and injuries can be prevented. What it takes to successfully run any distance of a 5K or more is some forethought and common sense. Here is ...

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