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).
So, I ran yesterday with Danny. And we did hills. And he rocked it. And I didn’t But you know… He’s Danny Dreyer and I’m Liz Frost and there is a distinct difference between us… Namely: about 25 minutes into the run, we checked our heart rates. I was hovering around 180. Danny doesn’t wear [...]
Did you know that when you are walking, your upper body is equally important as your legs? That's right. Even though the feet wear the shoes and the legs do the actual walking, we cannot walk or run without the upper body making a significant contribution to our forward progress. Well obviously ...
Posted by Super Admin on Mon Nov 14th, 2005, 0 comments
Of all the topics that I've written about in these newsletter articles, this subject matter is the most important theme that underlies Chi Walking. It is such a vast subject, in fact, that there could be an entire book written just on Body Sensing alone.