Danny Dreyer is the co-founder of ChiRunning and ChiWalking, revolutionary forms of moving that blend the subtle inner focuses of T’ai Chi with running and walking. His work is based on his study of T’ai Chi with Master Zhu Xilin and internationally renowned Master George Xu. He has 35 years of experience running, racing ultra marathons, and coaching people in “intelligent movement.” On today’s show, Danny describes in detail the ‘correct’ way to run and two of the most common ways runners get injured, and how to prevent it from happening to you.
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[1:25] Regan was a track runner in high school. Danny’s workshop helped Regan run twice as far with half of the effort.
[3:10] What kinds of races has Danny completed over the years?
[5:25] What are some of the core principles behind ChiRunning?
[8:05] How do you relax when you run?
[13:20] Before you add strength training or conditioning into your routine, Danny first helps students get rid of what’s slowing them down.
[14:05] What are the top two things people need to get rid of when they run?
[16:40] When you run, there’s really only two ways you can injure yourself.
[18:30] Danny did two different studies on the various ways ChiRunning has helped participants. Regan lists the stats.
[21:50] Danny discusses what you can learn at The ChiRunning School.
[26:25] The techniques used in ChiRunning also applies to walking.
[30:40] Regan is interested in testing the neurotransmitters of a ChiRunner vs. a traditional runner.
Mentioned in This Episode:
Free 3-Video Series about the 3 biggest mistake most runners make, that keep them from being a better runner.
The ChiRunning School: This is the Landing Page for our new ChiRunning School as mentioned in the podcast; a weekly video and audio lesson delivered to your inbox every week.
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