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5 Reasons to Avoid HIIT Treadmill Workouts

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Fri Feb 5th, 2016, 5 comments

5 Reasons to Avoid HIIT Treadmill Workouts

Running doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, it can actually be very relaxing. We at Chi Running believe that running doesn’t have to always be intense, it can be rejuvenating while also reaping the same health benefits of an intense workout.

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Your posture and your stance toward the New Year

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Dec 18th, 2015, 3 comments

Your posture and your stance toward the New Year

Have you given up on New Year’s Resolutions? If so, you may be missing a great opportunity for the feeling of a new start that can make a huge difference in your life. Every morning is an opportunity to start anew. January is like the morning of the year ahead, a perfect time to initiate and take important steps toward your intentions.

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The Search for the Perfect Running Stride

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Oct 14th, 2015, 12 comments

The Search for the Perfect Running Stride

I'll be the first to admit… I'd love to have the perfect running stride. Is there really a perfect stride?

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One Thing to Make Your Running So Much Easier

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Wed Sep 30th, 2015, 8 comments

One Thing to Make Your Running So Much Easier

You can make running easier…after all, why push yourself down the road when you can be pulled…by gravity, that is.

In our last workshop some people found it difficult to let go and let gravity do its job. Whether it’s a mindset that says you need to work hard, or legs that want to be tree stumps and not loose like noodles, the hardest part of ChiRunning® is learning to relax and let go.

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Finish Line

Posted by Super Admin on Tue Aug 11th, 2015, 6 comments

Finish Line

I hate running. I ran The Columbus Half Marathon because I knew that I could, not because I liked running. Actually, the thought hit me the day my dad crossed the finish line at his first half marathon. In my mind, he was the last person that I thought would run that far, and I thought that if he could do it, then I could, too.

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Walk Your Way to Better Brain Health and Longevity

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Wed Aug 5th, 2015, 7 comments

Walk Your Way to Better Brain Health and Longevity

Exercise is being shown to be perhaps the most important factor in keeping healthy—physically and mentally—as we age. Exercise changes the way our brain functions and grows, improving the quality of our whole life experience. When we walk fast, regardless of our age, we produce new cells in the hippocampus, the brain area that plays a key role in turning short-term memories into long.

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3 Areas All Beginning Runners Need to Focus On

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Jun 24th, 2015, 6 comments

3 Areas All Beginning Runners Need to Focus On

New to running? Getting back to it after taking the winter off? To start a running program, with the least risk of injury and the highest potential for success, we suggestion the ChiWalk-Run Program to get you started running safely and enjoyably.For those of you who haven't tried a walk/run program, it is basically a series of brief runs interrupted by short walking breaks.

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Your Brain’s Clock – Timing is Everything

Posted by Super Admin on Tue Jun 2nd, 2015, 3 comments

Your Brain’s Clock – Timing is Everything

Every breath you take, every move you make (enter the distinct guitar sounds of The Police’s wildly popular 1983 hit) is controlled by your brain’s innate timing system. Whether physical movements or production of thoughts, your brain’s ability to time these magical feats appropriately is the difference between unnoticed normal everyday functioning and disastrous consequences.

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Running is Easier Than You Think

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed May 27th, 2015, 5 comments

Running is Easier Than You Think

In the title of the ChiRunning® book we make the promise of, "Effortless, Injury-free Running." The less effort, the less injury! The more I teach, the more I can get people to use less effort while running. Our clients are experiencing running without the normal feeling of pushing or pulling or straining to move their body forward. As with any change in your movement patterns, it takes some effort up front to get to that place of relaxation on your own… But the feeling of effortlessness is worth it!

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Improve Your Running 10 Ways with One Simple Focus

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed May 13th, 2015, 12 comments

Improve Your Running 10 Ways with One Simple Focus

I admit it. I'm an efficiency nut. I'm always trying to come up with simple acts I can do that will create the biggest results. Here's one that came to me last week while teaching a group of ChiRunning Instructor candidates. It's so simple it's crazy. But, the number of things it accomplishes is remarkable.

"Lift at the crown of your head"
There is probably no ChiRunning focus I mention more than this. And, it's one of the first focuses every ChiRunner learns.

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