May 2016 Blog Archive - Chi Running

10 Yoga Poses to Make You a Better Runner

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue May 24th, 2016, 5 comments

Yoga takes stress head-on with a whole-body workout that relaxes the body and mind. But did you know that doing yoga postures also packs perks for runners?

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Country of the Month: Netherlands and Belgium

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue May 24th, 2016, 2 comments

Country of the Month: Netherlands and Belgium

ChiRunning and ChiWalking are expanding and growing all over the world.  Two of the first countries to truly adopt the ChiTechniques were Netherlands and Belgium.  This is due in part to the efforts Marion Meesters and Ans Oudejaans, who are our Regional Directors of these countries.  And, we believe the early success is also due to the open minded, inquisitive nature of the Dutch and Belgian people.

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10 Things to Do Before and After Your Runs to Shorten Recovery Time

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue May 17th, 2016, 10 comments

10 Things to Do Before and After Your Runs to Shorten Recovery Time

How many times have you gone out for a run and felt like your legs were made of concrete, or worse? Well, let me clue you in on a little secret. They might not feel so bad from something you did as from something that you didn't do. Many people don't realize that it's important to treat your legs well during the time between runs in order to optimize the enjoyment of your workouts.

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Get energized and enjoy a great race day with the proven Chi way

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu May 5th, 2016, 1 comments

Get energized and enjoy a great race day with the proven Chi way

At ChiRunning, we follow a simple mantra: focus your mind, strengthen your core, run like the wind.  This is more than just a way to run our best; it is a way of life.  And, it should be the entire focus of race day logistics.

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A Chi Running Love Letter

You may not remember me from your workshop in Austin. I was the older woman who struggled behind everyone else and spent much of the afternoon weeping.

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