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Plugging Into Running With the One Legged Posture Stance

Posted by Laura Houston on Thu Jan 27th, 2011, 3 comments

Lately, in my runs, I have been focusing on the One Legged Posture Stance (OLPS).  A good description of the OLPS can be found in the Chi Running book  (p. 78-79). At the Kripalu workshop last fall, Danny said "The One Legged Posture Stance is like plugging an electrical socket into the floor with each step." 

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Tips for Correcting Uneven Gait

Posted by Liz Frost on Wed Jan 26th, 2011, 0 comments

A couple great ways to know exactly how uneven your gait is is to watch yourself run on video or check your shoe tread. Most of us probably have some sort of uneven gait, but it might be more pronounced in some people than others ...

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Love Running Forever

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Wed Jan 26th, 2011, 0 comments

Whether you already love to run but get injured often, or you can't stand running and would do anything possible to avoid it, or you've tried running and it was just too difficult or painful, we have a solution for you ...

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Running Intervals

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Wed Jan 19th, 2011, 1 comments

I am happy to say that I have had another excellent weeks running for week 7 of Half Marathon training which included a 5k race, the first 5k I've run in 4 years! It's nice to dip my toe in the water and I shall run more of them this year to see where I am with my training...

 

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What is ChiLiving?

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Jan 16th, 2011, 0 comments

A brief explanation of ChiLiving, Inc, the parent company to Chi Running and Chi Walking.

 
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What is ChiWalking?

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Jan 16th, 2011, 12 comments

A quick look into "What is Chi Walking?" The pioneer of natural running form, ultra runner Danny Dreyer and his wife Katherine ...

 
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What is Chi Running?

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Sun Jan 16th, 2011, 2 comments

A quick look into "What is Chi Running?" The pioneer of natural running form, ultra runner ...

 
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Gradual Progress and Weight Release

Posted by Nicole Darsey on Thu Jan 13th, 2011, 0 comments

The concept of Gradual Progress, introduced in the Chi Running and Chi Walking books, offers a realistic approach to finding, returning, or moving deeper into a healthy lifestyle. All too often, people approach weight loss in an unrealistic and unattainable way that can lead to disappointment. We get impatient with ...

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How to Move at any Size

Posted by Nicole Darsey on Thu Jan 13th, 2011, 0 comments

Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to just get started. If you are not currently practicing a workout program, have never had a workout program or are not able to remain consistent with your program, you are not alone. When we get out of the “habit” of healthy movement, it’s often ...

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Chi Running Simplified!

Posted by David Stretanski on Wed Jan 12th, 2011, 2 comments

 A natural form of running which cooperates with the ...

 
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