Posted by Ryan Miller on Tue Nov 17th, 2009, 6 comments
Before you start running it is likely you strap on a pair of running shoes that contain a number of features designed to enhance your performance and help keep you injury free. Every feature that is built into a running shoe already exists in your body in varying degrees. Practicing your ChiRunning form will help [...]
It may sound funny, but running pain can be a good thing, at least when it forewarns us of potential damage. Experiencing moderate pain while running is how the body tells us that something isn’t moving correctly. Whether or not we remain in pain is, oftentimes, up to us...
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.