Atlanta ING Expo was great -- Thank You! - Chi Running

Atlanta ING Expo was great—Thank You!

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sun Mar 21st, 2010, 1 comment

I just returned from a great weekend running at the ING Atlanta Marathon Health & Fitness Expo and it was very successful. The weather was warm and sunny and Atlanta was thriving with runners ready to take on the pavement. It’s always inspirational to be surrounded by so many bound and determined running individuals. I met one guy, running the marathon, who had lost 185lbs. and a 78-year-old running his 90th marathon! I was told that my talks were the most well attended and I’d like to thank all of you who came to listen and ask questions.

I look forward to seeing all of you who are registered in Washington D.C.—it’s a full running weekend and I know it will be excellent. We’re maintaining a wait-list at the office, so if you want to get on it in hopes of getting into the D.C. classes, please call the office!

Time for me to put up my feet …more to come soon.



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Really appreciated getting to hear Danny at the ING expo in Atlanta on Saturday.  A relative introduced me to ChiRunning about two years ago after I was spending more time recuperating from injuries than I was running.  Since then, I’ve been injury free, have seen my 10K PR scream to 47:34 from the high 50s, and have experienced running become my lifestyle instead of something I just do every once in a while to feel active. 

After the session at the Expo Saturday, my aunt picked up a copy of ChiRunning and hasn’t been able to put it down.  Another convert!

Would really like to see Danny return to Atlanta for a workshop…it’s a thriving running community.  I’m not aware of him having been here at all in the last couple of years.

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