Chi Running

Chi Running

If you were to spend 4 hours a week golfing, you would probably take a lesson or a tip or two to learn to golf. If you were to fish 4 hours a week, you may ask the Bait shop which rod to use and what the fish were biting on. If you were to start sailing, entering tennis tournament, or skydive…you might want to learn how to do it before investing your time and health.

For some reason people begin to run and assume they do everything naturally. There is a huge gap in human movement in our society. If you are an elite super athlete, then you get instruction and training. If you are injured and in Rehab or Physical Therapy, you get instruction and training. If you are not an super athlete, or not injured, many people still need and Movement Instruction due to improper posture, poor coordination, or old injuries.

Chi Running is great for people looking to learn a system of running form. Pose method is also a similar and very good technique and form.

Chi Running blends the powerful movement principles from T’ai Chi, with running, to create a revolutionary approach to effortless and injury-free running.

The cornerstones of Chi Running are postural alignment and relaxation because the combination of the two is the best way to run faster, farther and injury-free. Chi Running includes: landing with a midfoot strike, using a “gravity-assisted” forward lean and engaging core strength for propulsion rather than leg strength. This approach makes your running easier and healthier for your whole body.

Below are some great videos

About the Author

Dr. Todd Plutchok

Dr. Todd Plutchok of The League Sports Rehab & Chiropractic Clinic provides a cutting edge blend of therapies and innovative analysis to achieve unprecedented results. By blending Chiropractic Care, Active Release Technique, and Neurological Rehab with Light Therapy, your body achieves maximum healing and performance potential.



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