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An Unconventional Running Approach
Interview with ChiRunning guru Danny Dryer
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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