312: Keep It Simple: The 4 Things You Need to Improve Your Running

In today's episode, we'll be discussing the "Keep it Simple" principle when it comes to running. It's all about focusing on the essential elements rather than getting lost in the minutiae. We'll explore why chasing the small, tiny details before establishing a solid foundation may lead to wasted time, money, and energy, causing unnecessary stress in your running journey. So let's dive in and discover how you can enhance your running performance without getting overwhelmed by the latest gadgets or complex training methods.

Show Notes:
- Introduction to the podcast and episode topic: "Keep it Simple" principle for improving running performance.
- Highlighting the misconception of needing fancy gadgets and advanced technologies for better running.
- Emphasizing the importance of avoiding unnecessary stress and wasted time, money, and energy in pursuit of running excellence.
- Discussing the significance of focusing on the "big rocks" or fundamental aspects of running before delving into the smaller details.
- Exploring the concept of significant improvements without fixating on marginal gains (the 1%).
- Offering practical tips and insights on how to streamline your running routine and stay focused on what truly matters.
- How to prioritize the essentials and find a balance between simplicity and effective training methods.




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