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Just wanted to say that after reading Chi Running and trying it for a week, I felt like it finally "clicked", and I cannot even remember how to run the old way (which I did faithfully for over 20 years).
As I've deepened my yoga practice over the past few years, I've become increasingly conscious of the benefits of modulating my running in harmony with the changing seasons. During the darker, colder winter months, I may still run 3-4 days in a typical week, but I decrease my mileage and intensity and devote a little more focus and attention to developing my asana practice indoors . . . .
When I first picked up a ChiRunning Book in the fall of 2005; I was injured, frustrated and confused. It quickly became very clear that there was much to learn from this running resource. On the surface, ChiRunning (“chee-running”, chi running) provides an awareness of running form options to improve efficiency and prevent injury. Underneath, [...]
If any of you has a horse, and you’d like to save some money this year, I would be happy to come hang out in Mr. Ed’s stall so he can lick the salt off me after I run a long time: it would save you buying a salt block and it would save me [...]