A Revolutionary Running Method

ChiRunning is a revolutionary approach to effortless, injury-free running. Founded by the renowned ultra-marathoner Danny Dreyer, it is based on the movement principles of T’ai Chi, which allows the energy that unites body, mind and spirit to move from your core into the limbs to create movement.

The technique emphasises the proper biomechanics of running and helps eliminate the aches, pains and fatigues of running incorrectly. On the other hands, it also emphasises the cooperation with natural forces instead of relying on leg muscles for propulsion to achieve the ultimate efficiency and create the perfect condition of running.

Since 1999, ChiRunning® has helped thousands of runners transform their technique – reducing, preventing and recovering from injuries. Runners of all ages and levels have improved their efficiency and performance, and now find running to be pain-free, easier, and enjoyable.

Recently, ChiRunning® is one of the most publicly recognised training systems developed all over the world for running well. The books “ChiRunning”, “ChiWalking” and “ChiMarathon” have been published in more than 17 languages, and are always on the top ten list of bestselling books under fitness/sport category claimed by Forbes and Amazons.

For beginner, ChiRunning is a gentle approach that makes getting fit safe, easy, and fun. It’s perfect for those who want to start a fitness program, lose weight, or come back from an injury stronger than ever.

If you are an injured runner, or rehabilitating after illness, injury or surgery, ChiRunning helps you move your body in the way it was designed to moveReduce impact, stay pain-free, and run with confidence and speed up your recovery.

Break through the bottleneck and achieve great results

For competitors who are looking for a performance breakthrough, ChiRunning helps to improve your posture, core strength and cooperate with gravity to increase your running efficiency.

You don’t need killer calves to be a runner. ChiRunning teaches you how to use your large core muscles to move you forward instead of overworking your leg muscles, greatly reducing fatigue and risk of injury.