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***NOTE FROM ENO:  This is part 5 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.***   This is the fifth and final edition in my Flatland Training Series. Today I’ll be focusing on inclines and declines. In a previous post, I touched on the fact that the terrain can change very quickly in the mountains. Most people are concerned about the trek up, but little do they know that they’re actually more at risk for common injuries such as sore knees or twisted ankles on the downhill trek. Something that you can use to help with this is stadiums. Stadiums are easy to come by and more than likely you live near one. The biggest word of advice here is to ask for permission from the facility manager. The last thing you want to have happen is to have the police show up right in the middle of your work out and start questioning you or even charge you with trespassing. If you don’t know of a stadium where you could train, there’s a good chance you have stairs in your...

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