When I ran cross country in high school, our coach liked to mix things up a bit to free us from some of the monotony of running in straight lines (or around the track—even worse). Some days we would go to the country club and sneak out onto one of their steep hills. Then we would do hill climbers by walking down the hill to rest, and sprinting back up. I didn’t mind these so much. I felt like I got a break in between each hard push, and the walks back down were a time to shoot the bull with…
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