I tend to disagree. Depends on where you are starting from. Of course “simply running” is better than not running. But as with anything once you become better you do strive for perfection. I certainly do. And if your goal is to improve at running, you absolutely do have to complicate it to some degree. Doing the same thing brings no marginal benefit

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A Russian immigrant in America, father of 4, Cambridge and Harvard Business School alum. I run and write every day. In love with California

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