ChiRunning



Join The Hundreds Of Thousands Of People Who Are Now Running Without Injury Or Pain Using The ChiRunning Method This New Edition Is Fully Updated With Fresh Insights And Innovative Training Techniques From One Of The Sport S Leading Voices Danny Dreyer Teaches Us How To Heal And Prevent Injuries And Also To Run Faster, Farther, And With Much Less Effort At Any Age Or Ability.With Than 150,000 Copies In Print, This Groundbreaking Program Makes Running Safe And Fun For Beginning And Seasoned Runners, While Also Giving Competitive Runners The Edge They Seek ChiRunning Employs The Deep Power Reserves In The Core Muscles, An Approach Found In Disciplines Such As Yoga, Pilates, And In This Case T Ai Chi Make Knee Pain And Shin Splints A Thing Of The Past Experience The Natural Efficiency Of The Midfoot Strike Dramatically Reduce Your Potential For Injury Transform Your Running With Our New 10 Step Training ProgramChiRunning Provides Powerful Insight And Transforms Running From A High Injury Sport To A Body Friendly Fitness Phenomenon Join The RevolutionChiRunning

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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • ChiRunning
  • Danny Dreyer
  • English
  • 24 December 2017
  • 074325144X

10 thoughts on “ChiRunning

  1. says:

    I m reading this as a counterpoint to Dr Nicholas Romanov s Pose Method of Running Imagine that you have invented a device which has two functions 1 It selectively weakens one part of the human anatomy.2 Whatever part that the device weakens, it also allows to function in its weakened state.For example, this might be a sort of earpiece that gradually causes you to go deaf however, so long as you continue to wear the earpiece, you maintain your faculties of hearing.Obviously, no one would I m reading this as a counterpoint to Dr Nicholas Romanov s Pose Method of Running Imagine that you have invented a device which has two functions 1 It selectively weakens one part of the human anatomy.2 Whatever part that the device weakens, it also allows to function in its weakened state.For example, this might be a sort of earpiece that gradually causes you to go deaf however, so long as you continue to wear the earpiece, you maintain your faculties of hearing.Obviously, no one would have any natural use or inclination for such a device But now imagine that you have through deception, distortion, or outright fraud convinced basically everyone in the United States that this device is somehow mandatory, that the human act of hearing is impossible or even dangerous without this device You would become a rich man, would you not An evil ...

  2. says:

    Trying out Dreyer s tips and focuses So far so good Will update after a couple of months on progress.

  3. says:

    I have always said I am not a natural runner although I still try to run But in just two weeks I feel like I may actually be able to run long distances someday Two mistakes I was making I was able to correct right away breathing properly longer counts using my nose and not my mouth and shortening my pace I will continue to experiment with the lean It seems a little strange to me, but I will say that this morning s run seemed a bit of a breakthrough in that regard I think I may get it I ...

  4. says:

    Despite many shortcomings including a ridiculous name , the information on running form and technique make it something special I ve been toying around with some of the suggestions for three weeks now, and I ll fully admit the Dreyers hit on something important with this method As a minimalist running convert, I d even go so far as to say this book provided me with the missing piece I ve needed to fully hit my stride So two thumbs way up for the information, which I think would benefit the v Despite many shortcomings including a ridiculous name , the information on running form and technique make it something special I ve been toying around with some of the suggestions for three weeks now, and I ll fully admit the Dreyers hit on something important with this method As a minimalist running convert, I d even go so far as to say this book provided me with the missing piece I ve needed to fully hit my stride So two thumbs way up for the information, which I think would b...

  5. says:

    The book itself is good not great However, the impact it has on my running is nothing short of a miracle I consider myself an amateur runner At 39, I thought it was time to fulfill my bucket list item run a marathon I was under trained when I ran a half marathon in May 2012 I ended up injuring myself and suffered IT Band syndrome throughout the summer During that time I read Born To Run and was intrigued to learnabout minimal or barefoot running style That journey led me to Chi Run Th...

  6. says:

    I hate to give this book such a bad rating because I think Dreyer is on to something here with injury prevention and running technique tips BUTI just can t get over the constant sales pitch and bad scientific method Also the book i...

  7. says:

    I got this book because I had hit a 3 mile wall with running I would be out of breath and in pain at that point Now I know I was using my muscles inefficiently, taking too big of strides, and had bad form Ha ha This book has helped me a lot so far I see it taking years to really implement everything I do feel a greater ability to run farther and with less pain already I like how Dreyer suggests running to practice running for the sake of being a better runner rather than to get fit, or I got this book because I had hit a 3 mile wall with running I would be out of breath and in pain at that point Now I know I was using my muscles inefficiently, taking too big of strides, and had bad form Ha ha This book has helped me a lot so far I see it taking years to really implement everything I do feel a greater ability to run farther and with less pain already I like how Dreyer suggests running to practice running for the sake ...

  8. says:

    As someone who started running moderately almost five years ago, I ve been hungry for inspiration to take my training to the next level Although I m not that interested in running competitively or ultra long distances, I d been frustrated that my regular 5 10K runs still felt a little sluggish after all this time I had a hunch that my self taught form could could use a mega overhaul As I sought out titles on running Bob Glover s The Runner s Hand...

  9. says:

    One of the people on my team at work loaned this to me because she knew I was trying to get back to running, and was struggling with a lot of tightness and soreness after my workouts There s some good advice in this book, but it s interspersed with a LOT of success stories and bad scientific method What I want from a guide like this is 1 Why I m telling you this stuff2 What are the components to my program3 Here is the program.I think most of this book could have been boiled down to about 4 b One of the people on my team at work loaned this to me because she knew I was trying to get back to running, and was struggling with a lot of tightness and soreness after my workouts There s some good advice in this book, but it s interspersed with a LOT of success stories and bad scientific met...

  10. says:

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