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Running coach/ultramarathon runner Dreyer's (Chi Walking) program applies principles of t'ai chi to running in a "practice" akin to yoga. Three how-to sessions cover principles and techniques and direct runners to perform specific movements; there are also guided training runs. Because this is an inherently visual, movement-based technique, it can only go so far, despite an otherwise successful adaptation to audio and the descriptive 33-page study guide. Listeners who bring open-mindedness and intention, however, will benefit from Dreyer's one-on-one lecture, which he delivers in a mellow, well-spoken voice. Recommended for all libraries.—Douglas C. Lord, Connecticut State Lib., Middletown
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"The most exciting and revolutionary book to hit the running community this decade." -- Toby Tanser, author of Train Hard, Win Easy
"ChiRunning is the solution we've all been looking for to maintain high performance and avoid injury." -- Mark Cucuzzella, M.D., masters winner, 2008 Marine Corps Marathon (2:34)
This is an amazing book, which explains how you can run in harmony with your body, and with nature. A major point of this book, which I found quite odd once I thought about it is... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Peter du Pont
This book will change the way you run forever. Even if you don't buy into the Chi part of it, the mechanics of this running will keep you running for years without pain. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Leah
ChiRunning has changed my life! Painfree running is possible...and what a wonderful spiritual journey! Life, and running, are gravity sports. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ellen Rohr
If you run, you will love this wisdom. It may help make you a better runner too.Published 3 months ago by Michael Garsva