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Cross-Training Routine for ChiRunning

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Jul 15th, 2013, 2 comments

Cross-Training Routine for ChiRunning

I am a huge believer in cross training to keep your mind interested in fitness, your body in good shape so that you can live a full life, and your spirit enriched by a consistent fitness routine...

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Chi Running Dad Is Living The Dream

Posted by Alice Diffely on Wed Jul 10th, 2013, 0 comments

Chi Running Dad Is Living The Dream

One of the many benefits of the Chi Running technique is that as it assists runners of all ages in alleviating aches, pains, and injuries, it increases opportunities for family members across generations to share their love of running. . . .

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Economize Your Running Form by Adding Pelvic Rotation to Your Training Plan

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Jul 10th, 2013, 7 comments

Economize Your Running Form by Adding Pelvic Rotation to Your Training Plan

If learning pelvic rotation is not in your training plan, it should be. It plays a key role in being able to run injury-free, whether you want to do a 5K run or train for a marathon...

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Two Simple Training Exercises to Streamline Your Running Form

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Jun 25th, 2013, 10 comments

These simple exercises, when added to your ChiRunning® practice, can help build strength and awareness in your core while training you to relax your lower legs...

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ChiRunning Tips from Sue Young-Johnson

Posted by caseycolahan on Tue Apr 23rd, 2013, 1 comments

April's Instructor of the Month, Sue Young-Johnson, shares her training tips! 

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Danny’s Response to NY Times article “Run To Stay Young”

Posted by Adam Koble on Wed Dec 10th, 2014, 1 comments

We loved Gretchen Reynold's article in the NY Times, "Run To Stay Young"!

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Chi Running and Walking Principles Help Recover from Surgery

Posted by Laura Houston on Mon Sep 15th, 2014, 0 comments

Last week, I had laparoscopic surgery in my right abdomen to correct a defect in the lowest rib. I was told to walk as much as possible (after I slept all day Tuesday!) to help dissipate the gas from the laparoscopic procedure. Thanks to the focuses and principles of Chi Running and Walking, and putting these principles to practice...

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Running Form: How’s your Balance?

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Fri Mar 15th, 2013, 1 comments

ChiRunning teaches alignment and relaxation.  In order to remain injury free and energy efficient, both postural and directional alignment are key.  Many people are challenged on both fronts.  If you spend a lot of hours sitting down, your foundation is going to need some work! Years of slumping into a chair and over a desk will play havoc with your body...

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Danny Dreyer responds to “Barefoot Running Can Cause Injuries, Too”

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Fri Mar 8th, 2013, 1 comments

The debate around shoes or barefoot comes down to not much of a real argument when you look to the predominant cause of injuries.

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Learn to Love Your Metronome

Posted by caseycolahan on Thu Mar 7th, 2013, 3 comments

Every race that I have set a personal record has been while I was using a metronome. A metronome is objective. It doesn't lie and doesn't get tired.

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A Chi Running Love Letter

I wanted to take a minute to thank Danny and everyone involved at Chi Running. On January 1st 2010 I limped off the Buckeye Trail in NE Ohio with another pulled calf muscle, I have to admit I was done running. 

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