Half Marathon Success Stories - Chi Running
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Finished the Great Scottish Run Half Marathon in 1:40 with Chi Running

I just wanted to say a big thank you to Danny Dreyer for changing my life for the better ...

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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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Successfully Recovering from PTSD with Chi Running

Successfully Recovering from PTSD with Chi Running

My name is Bill, I am a police officer of whom was diagnosed with PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder)…

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From 3 Painful Miles to Confident Half Marathons with Chi Running

From 3 Painful Miles to Confident Half Marathons with Chi Running

Thanks so much for creating Chi Running ...

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ChiWeek Participant Enjoys 9 Effortless Miles

Just wanted to share that after returning from Chi Running week last night I ran 9 miles with my…

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Update from Austin: Mastering Pelvic Rotation and a Half Marathon on the Horizon

Update from Austin: Mastering Pelvic Rotation and a Half Marathon on the Horizon

All - It has been very hot in south Texas this Spring. The temperatures are in the high 70's…

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Half-Marathoner Finishes Faster and Pain-free with Chi Running

A message of pure gratitude as your book…

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Due to tendonitis in my left leg…

Danny,I picked up your book 2 months ago. My wife saw you on CNN. I stoppedrunning 15 years ago due…

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ChiRunner Changes Life with Gradual Progress

ChiRunner Changes Life with Gradual Progress

I just wanted to let you know that I successfully completed my first Half Marathon yesterday thanks…

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Healing after Surgery Through Chi Running

Healing after Surgery Through Chi Running

In May 2010 a good friend of mine suffered renal failure due to FSGS (a scarring of the kidneys).…

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A Chi Running Love Letter image

A Chi Running Love Letter

About three weeks ago I had a very strong memory of what it felt like to run when I was 7. The freedom, the exhilaration, the laughter. What happened in the intervening 41 years? 

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