February 2013 Blog Archive - Chi Living

Running Hills ala Chi Running and Tai chi

Posted by Laura Houston on Thu Feb 28th, 2013, 0 comments

Last weekend I taught an advanced workshop that focused on applying the basic techniques of Chi Running to running hills and speedwork. We have a lot of hills in my area and no matter how hard you try, you can’t avoid them! The next day, I ran a 5 mile trail race that was full of --- hills! It was a great way to test my skills and walk - er, run - the talk.

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Runner’s World Article – Finding My Chi

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Feb 25th, 2013, 0 comments

Runner’s World Article – Finding My Chi

In March of 2013, Runner’s World published its first-ever article about ChiRunning. Read it here and you’ll get a beautifully described sense of what ChiRunning has to offer.

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No pain, no gain?  OR Less pain, more gain!

Posted by Lisa Pozzoni on Mon Feb 25th, 2013, 0 comments

On Sunday 2/17, I completed my 2nd marathon using the ChiRunning techniques.  I’m writing this 3 days after the event and I have little pain, if any at all!  How could this be?  After my 1st marathon last year, I was sore for at least 5 days and could barely walk for the first few days...

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The Bright Side to Injury

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Feb 22nd, 2013, 0 comments

What might be felt as a roadblock is often putting us on a better path, but only if we pay attention, learn, and move forward with that well-earned wisdom.

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Dress Your Best: Stay Comfortable During Winter Workouts

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Feb 6th, 2013, 0 comments

When temperatures drop and snow falls, it can be hard to brave the elements for a workout. The stillness of a winter scene looks beautiful from the living room, but it doesn’t always feel inviting. On the other hand, winter offers the perfect conditions to quiet our minds and work on focusing. You don’t need a lot of fancy gear, but a few quality items will keep you comfortable and make winter workouts much more enjoyable.

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