VIDEO: T2 - Making a Smooth Transition from the Bike to the Run - Part 2

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In this second part, Danny Dreyer, Founder and Head Coach of Chi Running, will discuss several ways to correct your posture for better running.

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In this second part of three, Danny Dreyer discusses how to improve your transition from the bike to the run including several postural changes to make you a more efficient runner:

  • Leveling your pelvis
  • Lengthen the back of your neck
  • Shoulder forward and hips back

Taking these to race day, once off the bike you want to

  • Gather to your center
  • Align yourself
  • Move forward

In the third and final part of this series, Danny will discuss the 'leaning forward' principle.

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date: August 6, 2009

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ChiRunning combines the inner focus and flow of T'ai Chi with the power and energy of running to create a revolutionary running form and philosophy that takes the pounding, pain, and potential damage out of the sport of running. The ChiRunning program increases mental clarity and focus, enhances the joy of running, and turns running into a safe and effective lifelong program for health, fitness, and well-being.

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ChiRunning combines the inner focus and flow of T'ai Chi with the power and energy of running to create a revolutionary running form and philosophy that takes the pounding, pain, and potential damage out of the sport of running. The ChiRunning program increases mental clarity and focus, enhances the joy of running, and turns running into a safe and effective lifelong program for health, fitness, and well-being.

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