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slobbering dog = me

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Wed Oct 22nd, 2008, 1 comments

No, i wasn’t clobbered by a big slobbering dog today at the track: I was the slobbering dog. Skipped the track yesterday cause work had me at the office till too late… if I had gone I would have been running in the dark, which I don’t want to do… So, I decided to head [...]

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form fascination

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Wed Oct 1st, 2008, 0 comments

so, it’s wed, but I had to do my run tonight: the Instructor Training is starting tomorrow, and I decided that in order to get my runs in this weekend, I would def. need to run tonight cause tomorrow is going to be full! We have 20 candidates coming in from all over the world [...]

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no work, all play

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Sep 30th, 2008, 0 comments

Took the day off today and went over to the track this morning to do my track workout run. Over all, it went well… I guess I am on Week 7 now of the 10 week program (I will have some extra time after this to keep training, but this is the schedule for now…) [...]

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black circle thing

Posted by Elizabeth Frost on Tue Sep 23rd, 2008, 0 comments

… track today went well. I am getting sick of the terms TRACK FORM AND LSD. You must be getting sick of it, too. Sorry, it is what it is… I was feeling a little funky today, I don’t know what exactly it was that was going on… I didn’t feel in the best form, [...]

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Using Your Watch to Run Better, Walk Better, Feel Better

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Jun 9th, 2008, 0 comments

Besides the metronome, which is a key tool in Chi Running and Chi Walking, the next most important accessory is a good watch. We recommend a digital watch with a chronometer, a single and double countdown timer and 30-50 lap memory. As you get to know what your watch can do you’ll find that you’ll be ...

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Running and Walking Shoes, Pt. 2: Choosing Shoes

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Thu Aug 16th, 2007, 0 comments

Here are some of the general categories of running and walking shoes: Motion Control, Stability, Lightweight, Cushioning and Trail shoes would all fall under "training shoes". A motion control shoe is always a stability shoe, but a shoe can be a stability shoe without being motion-control shoe, meaning that it’s made to stabilize your foot, but not necessarily correct for any structural abnormalities. 

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Running and Walking Shoes Pt. 1: Intelligent Feet

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Sun Jul 15th, 2007, 0 comments

Also see Part 2: Recommended Shoes, The Process of Evolving into the Correct Shoe. Years ago, when I was living in San Francisco, I went into a local martial arts supply store to buy a pair of t'ai chi shoes. When I asked the little old Chinese woman behind the counter for a pair, she stepped ...

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Chi Running Tips for Treadmill Running

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Feb 22nd, 2007, 0 comments

It’s the beginning of March and it is still cold and snowy outside in a lot of places in the world! And though the days are getting just a bit longer now, it can still be a challenge to get out in daylight for our runs and walks. (For more thoughts on keeping ...

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