Danny Dreyer



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ChiRunning: A Revolutionary...

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Chi Marathon: The Breakthro...

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ChiWalking: Fitness Walking...

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Chi Running

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Chi Running Injury-free Int...

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ChiRunning Pain-free Beginn...

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ChiWalking Workbook: Your S...

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Barefoot Running: How to Ru...

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ChiRunning & ChiWalking - D...

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“Struggle is the food from which change is made, and the best time to make the most of a struggle is when it's right in front of your face.

Now, I know that might sound a bit simplistic. But, too often we're led to believe that struggling is a bad thing, or that we struggle because we're doing something wrong.

I disagree. I look at struggle as an opportunity to grow. True struggle happens when you can sense what is not working for you and you're willing to take the appropriate action to correct the situation. Those who accomplish change are willing to engage the struggle.”
Danny Dreyer

“If you’re short of breath, it’s not because you aren’t breathing in enough—it’s because you’re not breathing out enough.”
Danny Dreyer, ChiRunning: A Revolutionary Approach to Effortless, Injury-Free Running

“does not hurt your body. It’s the way you run that does the damage and causes pain.”
Danny Dreyer, ChiRunning: A Revolutionary Approach to Effortless, Injury-Free Running



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