In this new episode of the video blog (check out all the videos here), I discuss a topic that we address early on in our coaching workshops: the concept of ‘Minimum Effective Change’.
While I spend a LOT of time talking about running form, it’s important to appreciate how much (or little) runners need to actually change their habitual technique to feel tangible benefits.
In my experience, many runners who set about making more drastic changes to form fail to ‘make them stick’ in the longer term. Conversely, more subtle targeted changes prove consistently to be more achievable and sustainable.
As usual, all food for thought. I’d love to hear your take on this in the comments below…