An Unconventional Running Approach

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By Ovetta Sampson
B.T.com Managing Editor

Want to run better without injury? Then try some salsa classes. So says Danny Dryer, author of “ChiRunning® A Revolutionary Approach to Effortless, Injury-Free Running.”

We’ll get to the salsa and some other interesting running techniques later. First a little bit about Danny Dryer.

Dryer is known for his unusual approaches to running. The ultra-distance running guru has completed several marathons and ultras including one of the toughest running events in the world, The Leadville 100. But a few years ago, the runner for life began getting faster and faster, all seemingly without much more effort. Instead, Dryer says, a combination of improving his mind, body, and spirit through Tai Chi helped him to improve the one thing in his life that he thought was going well – his running.


The Light Bulb Moment


“My friend had been after me to try this Tai Chi class,” says Danny, on the phone from his home near San Francisco, California. [.....]

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date: October 30, 2005

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New biz venture for me check it out: writewaywriting.com
Literature - the big heavies - Wright, Shakespeare, Zora, etc.
Love movies, singing (Karaoke), traveling, swimming, dancing and playing all kinds of card games. Love good food, better wine and even better entertainment.
Help children in poverty. Sponsor a child today.
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