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Skills: Fitness Stories

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Instant Upgrades

Improve your balance on uneven terrain, figure out if your water filter is still working, and determine the crossability of a questionable river or stream during spring and early-summer.

Master Class: The Gym Free Fitness Plan

Use this no-cost, do-anywhere training program to enhance hiking strength and speed this spring.

Events Worth Training For

Want to set a big goal to give your training more focus and direction? Sign up for one of these mettle-testing trail events.

Fitness Excuse Busters

Mountain guide and author of Fit by Nature John D. Colver offers up these hints for staying motivated and fit no matter what your excuse.

Mileage Master Skills

Going the distance? Use these tips to ease big-mile trips.

Limit Pusher Skills

Always looking for a way to go farther and faster? Get ready with these tips to take your hiking to the next level.

Build Trail-worthy Ankle Strength

Four moves that'll help you make an injury-free transition to lightweight hiking shoes.

Backpacking Fitness

Boost performance and be a better backpacker with these fitness- and strength-building moves from our experts.

Adventure Upgrade: Thru-Hike a Long Trail

Prep for success, plan ahead, and stay healthy to pull off a month-plus trek.

Build Backpacking Muscles

Strengthen three key areas - shoulders, ankles, and core - this winter so you can tackle tougher trails next spring.

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