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Over the past couple weeks, we’ve compared rivers to lakes and lakes to oceans. Now we’re down to rivers and oceans. Two weeks ago, we saw why lakes beat out oceans; but when it comes to oceans and rivers, I think that oceans win.
***NOTE FROM ENO:  This is part 1 of a 5-part series about how to stay active in the outdoors through flatland training – essentially, training for the mountains without actually being in the mountains.*** Training is an essential aspect of any sport. You can’t simply run a marathon without ever having trained for one in your life. Your body would not know how to react, and you would have had to develop the mental toughness to take on that long of a run. The same goes for any other sport like hiking, mountain biking, climbing, etc. You need to train “outside” your sport. However, if you live in a flat state such as Florida (like yours truly), but want to spend some time in the mountains, you’re going to be in for a fitness shock. So how can you build up the strength and endurance to do some physical activities in the mountains if your state doesn’t allow for you to train in the mountains? You make up your own training regimen to fit that style. Over the next 5 weeks, I’ll be posting a new idea each week on how to make the most of your training when you’re...

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