Chiwalking: The Five Mindful Steps for Lifelong Health and Energy

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Pocket Books, 2009 - Physical fitness - 272 pages
ChiWalkingwill help anyone, regardless of age or athletic prowess, transform walking from merely a means of locomotion to a physical fitness practice that delivers mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being, too. Just as ChiRunningshowed readers how to run more efficiently, ChiWalkingalso teaches how to access the deep power reserves of the core muscles in the trunk of the body, not the relatively weaker leg muscles. As a result, Danny Dreyer teaches the reader how to walk faster, farther, and with less effort to maximize the benefits of walking.

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ChiWalking: the five mindful steps for lifelong health and energy

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Unless you are unable to walk, you probably take walking for granted. To most people, it doesnƒ¯‚¿‚½t seem like an important physical activity or even a sport. Yet, according to Danny Dreyer and ... Read full review

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This book did not give me any new information. It also did not partucularly encourage me to walk any more than I do. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Danny Dreyer, an esteemed walking and running coach, is a nationally ranked ultramarathon runner. He conducts workshops nationwide and lectures frequently at races and events. He is the coauthor, with Katherine Dreyer, of ChiRunning.

Katherine Dreyer has more than thirty years of experience in the health, personal growth, and fitness fields. She partners with Danny to coordinate the international ChiRunning, ChiWalking, and ChiLiving programs.

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