Chi Walk-Run Your Way To Fitness and Health

Posted by Keith McConnell on Mon Oct 24th, 2011, 5 comments

Chi Walk-Run Your Way To Fitness and Health

Exciting news from Chi Living! Danny and Katherine Dreyer have completed the development of the first  DVD and Program on the Walk-Run approach. Based upon the foundations of Chi Running and Chi Walking, the Walk-Run approach offers another energy efficient and injury free way to move forward. 

 

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While Running, Don’t Miss the Run

Posted by Doug Dapo on Sun Oct 23rd, 2011, 1 comments

A few months ago, my family and I went to explore Mammoth Caves in Kentucky for the first time. We took a guided tour of one of the main cave sections ...

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A Chi Running Testimony

Posted by Doug Dapo on Mon Oct 17th, 2011, 4 comments

On July 30, 2011, I completed my first trail marathon. I ran the Grand Island Trail Marathon in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan...

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ChiWalking Form Intervals Improve your Technique and Efficiency

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Thu Oct 13th, 2011, 0 comments

Refining your Chi Walking technique can be a breeze, but only through practice. The key to lifelong health and injury-free walking is not engaging the Chi Walking Form Focuses …

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Chi Running Form Intervals Improve your Running and Speed

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Oct 13th, 2011, 0 comments

The key to running faster, easier and injury-free is not just engaging the Chi Running Form Focuses…it is re-engaging them, over and over...

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Running Injuries: Become Your Own Injury Prevention Detective

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Oct 11th, 2011, 2 comments

It may sound funny, but running pain can be a good thing, at least when it forewarns us of potential damage. Experiencing moderate pain while running is how the body tells us that something isn’t moving correctly. Whether or not we remain in pain is, oftentimes, up to us...

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Practice Chi Walking to Improve Your Chi Running

Posted by Doug Dapo on Mon Oct 3rd, 2011, 3 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...

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