Chirunning: A Revolutionary Approach to Effortless, Injury-Free Running Paperback – 7 Apr 2008
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This program will totally revolutionize the way you run.
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About the Author
Danny Dreyer, an esteemed walking and running coach, is a nationally ranked ultramarathon runner. He conducts workshops nationwide and lectures frequently at races and events. He is the coauthor, with Katherine Dreyer, of ChiRunning.
Katherine Dreyer has more than thirty years of experience in the health, personal growth, and fitness fields. She partners with Danny to coordinate the international ChiRunning, ChiWalking, and ChiLiving programs.
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I used to run and suffer from terrible pain. Having read and practised the exercises on posture from pp.63-70, I went out for a trial run. Well, 2.5 miles later, and with plenty more energy to carry on, I came home pain free.
This book is excellent. I have marked all the relevant pages with the exercises I wish to revisit.
It has got me from painful runs to pain-free pleasure....
The only significant bad side to the book is that all the good sensible information on biomechanics is mixed with a lot of material of extremely questionable value on energy flow and mysticism. It makes the book tough reading for anyone who doesn't want a lesson on the power of Chi. However, I am not aware of a better book on running technique, and I would therefore encourage others to skip over the mysticism and instead concentrate on the parts that deal with running technique.
However, I don't think there's any evidence that it helps reduce injuries or suits everyone, so approach with caution.
I have done a bit of Tai Chi so I can probably understand the posture elements better than you could just get from the book.
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