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East Meets West in the Running World

Posted by Super Admin on Wed Mar 31st, 2004, 0 comments

T'ai chi is considered the Mother of martial arts. Many serious practitioners even hold it to be the single source from which all martial arts were born. It dates back over 2500 years and is practiced by millions of people in China every day. T'ai chi is interesting in that it has two faces. It ...

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Importance of Transitions

Posted by Super Admin on Wed Oct 1st, 2003, 0 comments

It feels like fall in the air. After a blazing hot spell last week the mornings are starting to take on a more crisp edge. The squirrels are busy packing up for the winter and back-to-school traffic has hit the streets. The sap is starting to thicken in the trees and when I look ...

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The Importance of Relaxation

Posted by Super Admin on Fri Jan 31st, 2003, 1 comments

Master Xu was helping me through yet another T'ai Chi lesson and moving his body without apparently using his muscles. His arms were moving but his muscles were limp and flaccid. "Here, rest your hand on my arm and keep it there while I go through this movement." I did as he asked. "Now, I'm moving ...

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The Value of Learning Chi Running

Posted by Super Admin on Tue Oct 1st, 2002, 0 comments

There are so many good reasons to learn something new: Chi Running, a language, a musical instrument, a new recipe anything at all. Learning is a life-long process and is as much a part of our lives as breathing. In no uncertain terms, it's one of those things in life we ...

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The Path of Least Resistance

Posted by Super Admin on Mon Oct 1st, 2001, 0 comments

I had a spiritual teacher who gave me a great definition of "relaxation". He said, "Relaxation is the absence of unnecessary effort." That sounds simple enough but it's easier said than done. I'm constantly working at it, and when I try to apply it to my running it goes something ...

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Keep Your Legs Clean ... On The Inside

Posted by Super Admin on Sat Mar 31st, 2001, 0 comments

10 steps to help keep your legs fresh and healthy for your next run. (wow, does that sound like "Runner's World " or what?) 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 ...

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A Chi Running Love Letter

Over the past 45 years, I have trained for and run a race of one mile or longer every year but one. I worked my way up to running marathons, but in 1982 began experiencing knee pain – ultimately in both knees. 

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