January 2012 Blog Archive - Chi Running

Running through Winter Weather With Chi Walk-Run

Posted by Keith McConnell on Fri Jan 20th, 2012, 0 comments

Working out indoors can be a great alternative to Winter running outside, but there is another option I’d like to present today, namely to add Chi Walk-Run to your running regimen. 

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Three Tips to Improve your Chi Running Posture

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Jan 19th, 2012, 0 comments

Establishing good posture habits involves more than just standing up straight – it means allowing your bones, ligaments and tendons (not your muscles) to support your body weight...

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The Mindful Chi Running Gym Rat (treadmill, bike, pool)

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Jan 19th, 2012, 7 comments

A day at the gym with Chi in mind: treadmill, spin bike, t'ai chi, and swimming. 

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The Chi Running Stem Footwear Shoe Review

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Jan 11th, 2012, 15 comments

Here’s a review on a fairly new shoe to the minimalist family. I’d like to preface this review with why I like the overall concept of the shoe ...

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Running into 2012

Posted by Michelle Muldoon on Mon Jan 9th, 2012, 2 comments

2012 is a big year for London with the Olympics being held here.  It’s fair to say that most of us are pretty excited about it!  I’m excited about my running too and filled with optimism for the coming year.  I've had a great start to 2012 with no real setbacks since starting heart rate training in November and have continued to run more and more through Christmas and the New Year...

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Chi Running, Chi Walking and Quality of Life

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Jan 5th, 2012, 0 comments

The Chi Living message is to create the highest quality results from your efforts, all your activities, everything you do ...

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Running and Resting in Alignment

Posted by Laura Houston on Tue Jan 3rd, 2012, 2 comments

Running in 2011 has been a year of learning an important lesson - gradual progress. Early in the year, I slipped on an icy bench, slamming the inside of the knee. After many months of off and on running, and guessing the injury, an MRI showed a meniscus tear and Baker's cyst. It's been two steps forward, and one step back,

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