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How Does Sitting Affect Your Running?

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Sun Jan 25th, 2015, 1 comments

We all sit too much. We sit all day at work, at the movies, at meals, driving the car… there is never a shortage of opportunities to sit. As a result, we're becoming increasingly unfit because of this sedentary aspect of our lifestyle.

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6 Body Alignment Tips for Efficient Running

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Jan 12th, 2015, 6 comments

If you're a runner trying to run economically, your biggest concern should be using the least amount of muscle to move you forward...

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Soft Power: The Tao of Running

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Dec 3rd, 2014, 10 comments

Soft Power is a skill. It's the ability to respond to any given set of circumstances in a way that creates the simplest, the most economical, and yet ironically, the most productive outcome. It is the ability to body sense, intuitively understand and respond naturally and appropriately to any situation with which you are presented. This is one of the underlying principles upon which T'ai Chi is based; it's a principle born out of the ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism.

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MINDFUL MONDAY:  Can Minimalist Shoes Really be Blamed for Running Injuries?

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Nov 17th, 2014, 8 comments

I'm sure that many of you have heard of the lawsuit incurred by Vibram for claiming that wearing their minimalist shoes would help strengthen you body and make you run better. Because of this lawsuit, many so-called experts are trying to tie injury-rates from minimalist shoes to the fault of the shoes, or even to the manufacturer. This is misleading, at best.

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Probabilities Become Possibilities with Chi

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Wed Nov 12th, 2014, 1 comments

At Chi we like to shift probabilities into possibilities!

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9 Running Myths

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Oct 9th, 2014, 8 comments

There's a ton of information out there about running - from training to speed to shoes, and the list goes on. Some of it's helpful, but some advice will just trip you up. We wrote this week's blog, "9 Running Myths", to help you weed through it all so you can be a happier, healthier runner.

 

 

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Beyond Basics: The Chi Experience

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Aug 15th, 2014, 0 comments

When it all comes together, it feels like magic; not like running, not like walking, not like you have a body you are pushing and lugging around, but that you are that gentle, easy movement that flows from one place to another.

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Personality Test for Runners

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Jul 29th, 2014, 8 comments

Instead of looking at hand lines and wrinkles, learn how your experiences and attitudes shape the movement of your body...

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Take the Work Out of Your Workouts

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed May 14th, 2014, 10 comments

It seems like many people are under the impression that the only way to become a better runner is to become a stronger runner. You know… no pain, no gain? Chi Running is unique to most other training programs in that we use a mind-body approach, not just the purely physical approach. So, on those days when you don’t feel like pushing your body, you can still get a great workout by using your mind in a productive way. Here are four workouts that engage your mind and improve your running without challenging your body’s limits or requiring extra physical exertion. You can do these workouts at any pace that feels comfortable and still come away feeling like you just had a great workout.

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Eight Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Run

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Apr 30th, 2014, 11 comments

Running is a high injury sport, but does not have to be. Learn to listen to your body, practice good running technique and follow the quieter voice of common sense to make every run safe and enjoyable.

Here are some common mistakes I see people make.

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