There are far too many runners that hurt themselves before even competing for their marathon or they have damaged their body through improper technique that when they run the What is ChiRunning? ChiRunning is perspective on running that incorporates principles of Tai Chi meshed with running. The major differentiation is that ChiRunning is an injury free method of running. With its holistic approach to running, the possibility of getting injured decreases dramatically. Danny Dreyer, an ultra-distance runner, developed this method to teach runners how to relax their bodies while running long distances.
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Danny has been a featured speaker at the prestigious Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego marathons, as well as at hundreds of other health and wellness events across the country. He successfully completed 43 ultra-marathons with podium finishes in all but three.
His fastest 50K Danny has lived a lifestyle steeped in holistic living, meditation, and personal wellness for over 45 years. Healthy eating, physical exercise and rejuvenating activities are mainstays in his life and the foundation of what he teaches. He empowers his students to live pro-active lives. Danny also co-authored, with his wife Katherine, ChiWalking and ChiMarathon, which have all introduced the World to the concept of approaching running, walking and sports in general, as mindful practices.
ChiRunning is now taught in 15 languages in 28 countries by over Certified ChiRunning Instructors. Just wanted to let you know that your Chirunning got me through the Tahoe Triple Marathon this past weekend. We did a marathon a day for three days — all the way around Lake Tahoe! It was tough because of the altitude but I managed to survive! Taking a personal training session with Danny is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Danny teaches walkers, walk-runners, and runners of all levels. Optimize your learning experience with our hands-on and personalized approach to instruction. Work one-on-one or in small groups with one of our Certified Instructors worldwide. All our Instructors are specially trained and complete a rigorous certification process. Skip to content. Chi Store. What Makes Chi Training Different. Get Started. How to Prevent Knee Pain from Running.
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With more than , 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. ChiRunning provides powerful insight and transforms running from a high-injury sport to a body-friendly fitness phenomenon. Join the revolution!
ChiRunning Secrets With Danny Dreyer
About Danny Dreyer
ChiRunning is a form of running influenced by t'ai chi. ChiRunning has also been described as using "the principles of tai chi to focus on alignment, relaxation and proper form when running and walking". In supporting the principles of the ChiRunning method, the company maintains a Medical Advisory Board that consists of a panel of healthcare professionals who agree with and approve of the ChiRunning and ChiWalking methods of movement. Dreyer has outlined the technique to ChiRunning as follows: "focus your mind", "sense your body", "breathe to tap into Chi", "relax your muscles", "practice good posture", and "start slow".
Chi Running with Danny Dreyer