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I love building hills into my training runs--firstly, because I got into running through a trail 5K with lots of hills, and secondly, because my next big race is Big Sur Marathon where there's a large amount of hills to conquer! Let's talk hills, specifically going back downhill after you complete the uphill slog. How do you balance good knee-and-back-saving technique with speed? (And what does that look like?) How does your stride compare to going uphill or running flat? Is it worth trying to make up your slower uphill pace with a fast downhill sprint? Other tips?

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