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On staying in the race

In December I listened to a terrific Trail Runner Nation podcast interview with Jonathan Beverly, author of the new(ish) book, Run Strong, Stay Hungry (Velo Press, 2017). 585 more words

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Gettin' real

I’ve said it several times: I’m an enthusiastic believer in chi running because it got me back on the roads and trails after a very long time off, when chronic knee problems had made running too painful. 458 more words

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Chi Running - Thoughts After a Month

I can’t say that Chi Running is some kind of miracle cure for all my running ills, but I have to believe that it is more than mere coincidence that I am running as well as I am now. 2,098 more words

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Chi Running - Initial Thoughts the Second Time Around

Yep, this is the second time I have started to use Chi Running to help “fix” some of the glaring problems I have with my running mechanics. 1,968 more words

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Why Chi Running?

This post was one of those that was hard to write, because it forced me to really look at why I have decided to use Chi Running practice to help me run more efficiently. 1,268 more words

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Going Backwards to Move Forward

Right now MY running really sucks and to be honest it has for a while. It has been inconsistent at best, fraught with minor injuries and setbacks that have not allowed me to do many of the things that I wanted to do this year. 780 more words

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Try Chi

I thoroughly enjoyed this informative and entertaining Run to the Top podcast interview with Danny Dreyer, inventor of the “chi running” technique/process, and author of the… 370 more words

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