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Chi Walk-Run Your Way to Fitness and Health

Posted by Keith McConnell on Thu Aug 9th, 2012, 0 comments

Chi Walk-Run Your Way to Fitness and Health

The Chi Walk-Run program provides an opportunity to reinstate and deepen your practice of the Form Focuses, and ...

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Completing the Eugene Marathon and Half Marathon with Chi Walk-Run

Posted by Keith McConnell on Tue May 29th, 2012, 0 comments

In prior years, I had had some interest and success with a few participants when I offered a combined Chi Walking and Chi Running ...

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ChiWalking and ChiWalk-Running through the Ages

Posted by Keith McConnell on Sat Feb 11th, 2012, 2 comments

How often have you heard phrases like: I’m too old to run - I’m too old to walk - I’m getting older and it’s just too hard to exercise? Aging can be a challenge – and an excuse – when it comes to doing what it takes to keep moving and to stay fit. Just when it’s most important to be active, many older people tend to reduce their activity level. Couch potatoes, or worse..."
 

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Running through Winter Weather With Chi Walk-Run

Posted by Keith McConnell on Fri Jan 20th, 2012, 0 comments

Working out indoors can be a great alternative to Winter running outside, but there is another option I’d like to present today, namely to add Chi Walk-Run to your running regimen. 

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Fitness Begins Now: Chi Walk-Run Into the New Year

Posted by Keith McConnell on Mon Dec 12th, 2011, 1 comments

If you’re like most people, you tend to set personal goals as part of your annual New Year’s Resolutions in early January. But why wait for New Year’s – do it now! ...

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Transitioning Between Chi Walking and Chi Running

Posted by Keith McConnell on Thu Nov 10th, 2011, 1 comments

I appreciate all the follow up comments about my first Chi Walk-Run blog. There seems to be a lot of interest in this ...

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Chi Walk-Run Your Way To Fitness and Health

Posted by Keith McConnell on Mon Oct 24th, 2011, 5 comments

Chi Walk-Run Your Way To Fitness and Health

Exciting news from Chi Living! Danny and Katherine Dreyer have completed the development of the first  DVD and Program on the Walk-Run approach. Based upon the foundations of Chi Running and Chi Walking, the Walk-Run approach offers another energy efficient and injury free way to move forward. 

 

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Running, Walking and Prostate Cancer: A Personal Journey

Posted by Keith McConnell on Thu Aug 4th, 2011, 8 comments

I’d like to share a personal experience I have had in recent months related to my health and fitness and, as you might expect from a Chi Running and Chi Walking Instructor, running and walking played a key role during this journey. At the beginning of this year I was, as far as I knew ...

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Gradual Progress in Running Training and in Recovery from Injury

Posted by Keith McConnell on Tue Apr 26th, 2011, 1 comments

Running at different speeds can be a lot of fun - and it can be a temptation and a path leading to running injuries. A recent experience in my running training demonstrated this phenomenon and has reminded me of the importance one of the core principles in the Chi Runing model, that of Gradual Progress, that I'd like to share today.

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Variety in Running and Walking is the Spice of Life

Posted by Keith McConnell on Tue Feb 15th, 2011, 0 comments

One of the ways that I enjoy the benefits and experience of of running and walking is to participate in a wide variety of organized events. For me, "variety" means roads and trails, level and hills, short and long distance, sunny and rainy weather, individual and team, and so on. Most recently, I enjoyed running in a three-phase run with each phase being different: namely, an uphill/downhill trail, a steep uphill only phase, and a level closing phase. After that event, I was part of a long distance team run ..."

 

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