Steps have two dimensions which effect the user- the depth of the stretcher and the height of the riser. When these dimensions are strangely designed the walker or runner is faced with the mildly irritating decision to either compress his one stride into two dainty ones or elongate his two steps into one long lope. Both of these force him to be a little more or a little less than what he is. Somehow this is known by him and he feels subtly at odds with himself for those passing seconds.
I just thought you should know that.