Blog #3 of 52 – Running in balance when the balance point is always changing

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Aug 27th, 2013, 2 comments

Blog #3 of 52 – Running in balance when the balance point is always changing

There are times when it feels right to push a little; and when I do, I incorporate appropriate amounts of strength and technique to get the job done. But, every action I take and every adjustment I make needs to contain a certain amount of relaxation for the “pushing” to be efficient and not be met with any resistance.

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Blog #2 of 52 – There’s no substitute for practice, but there is a substitute for strength

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Aug 14th, 2013, 0 comments

Blog #2 of 52 – There’s no substitute for practice, but there is a substitute for strength

The likelihood of doing well in any given race is directly proportional to the amount of preparation I put into it; and rarely a result of how much leg strength I have. So, how can I do well in races without concentrating on strength-building or speedwork?

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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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