And as anyone who knows what I’m talking about would agree, this commitment is not something that’s done in the short term – it’s a long term commitment to achieving success.
It’s no different when it comes to minimalist running, and adapting your running style to your new pair of minimalist running shoes.
The debate rages on about whether or not minimalist or barefoot running shoes are a good thing or bad.
Yet, statistics continue to show that the minimalist running trend continues to grow.
Because the people who prove that minimalist running shoes produce better results than traditional running shoes are making their points by being committed to their running schedule, and investing the time and energy into their workouts.
If these commitments weren’t present, then the data would not be available to make fair and accurate judgement’s one way or another.
So where are you with your minimalist running workouts?
Are you finding that your minimalist running shoes are producing better results for your than your traditional running shoes?
We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.