I continue to work on understanding Simple K vs K and P endgames. My plan is to memorize a few simple endgames positions to use as models so I can simplify to reaching a known favorable position. For example the K&P endgames in position 1 of my earlier post.
I feel as though understanding these very simple things will provide a new way for me to analyse a position. In my Mednis video, he shows a complex position where white is behind in material. White forces his opponent's pawn to take on the A file so he can transpose the game into a known drawn endgame (Position A).
I have about 7 books on the Endgames so I will drill down in these as well as the web articles to chose which games to study. I saw this Dan Heisman article in my travels.
Heisman King vs King and Pawn Explanation