If we do this year what we did in 2019, we would be wise to expect the same results. Most of us don’t want the same results, we want improvement. This requires some upgrades to our system. More power offers more speed and more performance.

Easy, let’s pop the biggest turbo we can find onto our engine. Instantaneous gains for very little effort. Sure, the theory of constraints might allude to the lack of power as the primary inhibitor. The idea perpetuates.

When we change one thing, we change everything. The constraint shifts the next most restricting factor.

Runners know this better than most. Increasing pace seems like a fitness problem until you get fit and you realise it’s a little bit more complicated.

This year presents countless opportunities. It’s much easier to successfully capitalise them if we scope the work correctly.

We upgrade systems, not parts.

Tim Meyer

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