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Automatic Results after Chi Running Lesson

Automatic Results after Chi Running Lesson

I had no intention of running this training run at that pace; it just happened ...

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Army Veteran with Old Injuries Runs Pain-Free!

Army Veteran with Old Injuries Runs Pain-Free!

Today it clicked!!! I finished reading your book a month ago, but it has really been almost a year…

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Setting New Personal Records with Chi Running!

Setting New Personal Records with Chi Running!

There's no "secret sauce", as he freely asserts. Form, cadence (I'm a HUGE proponent of the…

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Little Chi Runner/Future Marathoner

Little Chi Runner/Future Marathoner

I have to share this! I just did an impromptu cross country run with my 6 yr. old son. We ran 1 1/2…

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61 and Registerd to Chi Run 4th Ironman

61 and Registerd to Chi Run 4th Ironman

I turned 61 this year and enjoy terrific health and maintain a very high level of fitness...

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Beginner Runner at age 65, Chi Runner at age 66

Beginner Runner at age 65, Chi Runner at age 66

Started running: age 65. Chi Running Book: age 66.

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Running a .6 mile loop for 72 hours with Chi

Running a .6 mile loop for 72 hours with Chi

This year, I had a goal and it was to do my best at the 72 hours of the French Ultra Festival in…

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Update: Chi Running Changes Everything!

Update: Chi Running Changes Everything!

I figured it was about time for an update. Chi Running has been the greatest influence on my athletics…

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Trail Running: the peripheral, the intuitive, and the meditative

Trail Running: the peripheral, the intuitive, and the meditative

On the trail I have discovered there are what I consider 3 levels of focus; the peripheral, the intuitive,…

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Feeling Like a Million Bucks with Chi Running Focuses

As I have been reading the Chi Running and half marathon guide the past couple of years I have learned…

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A Chi Running Love Letter image

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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