March 2017 Blog Archive - Chi Running

Speed with Ease: Why We Teach ChiRunning From Scratch

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Mar 29th, 2017, 1 comments

Speed with Ease: Why We Teach ChiRunning From Scratch

Danny can't tell you how many people come up to him at a ChiRunning class and tell me, "I just want to get faster." He agrees. It's great to get faster. Speed can be exhilarating, inspiring, and definitely lots of fun. But if your speed isn't grounded in a base of proper technique, it can easily turn into a trade-off between speed and injury. It can also be a lot more work to run faster if you're not an efficient runner. In Danny's longtime practice of T'ai Chi he's learned that speed never comes from force… it comes from relaxation.

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Life Lesson from Running

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Mar 14th, 2017, 5 comments

Life Lesson from Running

Maggie MacGill, one of our talented ChiRunning/ChiWalking Instructors, submitted this story on the Life Lessons she's learned from ChiRunning:

I have learned so much about life through running. I think I could write forever on this topic. The mental clarity, emotional peace a physical calm that I gain from my Chi Running® practice is worth every moment of persistent practice. Here are some life lessons that spring to mind...

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The New York Times: Running May be Good for Your Knees

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Mar 2nd, 2017, 3 comments

The New York Times: Running May be Good for Your Knees

Recently the New York Times published an article that had many runners excited about the implications. For years, running has been lauded as a sport that even if not downright bad for your knees, certainly isn’t good for them.

Good news! According to the New York Times, running may in fact benefit the joint, changing the biochemical environment inside the knee in ways that could help keep it working smoothly.

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A Chi Running Love Letter

Frank and I attended the week long Chi Running program in June. We have been diligently practicing our Chi Running form and are loving it. 

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