Efficiency can be defined and measured in many ways. According to dictionary.com, the first definition is as follows:
1. the state or quality of being efficient; competency in performance.
This is the broad definition. It can mean many things. I like it because one can define competency per activity in many different ways. For running, an efficient runner can be one that uses the least energy, is least sore the next day, runs the fastest, has the fewest aches and pains through the run or after, can go the furthest with or without these previous examples, has the most fun, and so on and so forth, the list can go on indefinitely. This also works for all other activities we can think of. It’s endless. Continue reading