October 2016 Blog Archive - Chi Running

The Health Benefits of T’ai Chi

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Oct 18th, 2016, 5 comments

The Health Benefits of T’ai Chi

T’ai Chi is short for Tai chi chuan, which is a gentle form of martial arts based on the movements of animals. It combines deep diaphragmatic breathing with flowing, dance-like poses where practitioners focus on body alignment and movement through a set of specific moves. The practice can be a remarkably thorough way for people of many ages to learn mind-body focus, deep relaxation, breathwork, balance and strength. All this while still being gentle on the body and calming to the mind. The goals of T’ai Chi are to gain a relaxed body, a focused mind and to increase the flow of one’s Chi, or lifeforce energy.

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10 Tips for Newbie Runners

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Oct 5th, 2016, 4 comments

10 Tips for Newbie Runners

Running is often misunderstood, especially by runners new to the sport. Some may think it’s too hard, while others think it’s something to just throw yourself into (which can be tough on your joints). The truth is, as with any workout, it’s going to feel harder without proper technique. Here are ten must-try tips that will help you through everything from sore knees to a lack of motivation.

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