Pick a hill – the more diverse the terrain, the better. Run up it hard, then walk down for recovery. Pretend you're running after prey or away from a predator. Repeat a dozen times or so, depending on distance and disposition. Jump over or duck under imaginary obstacles like a fallen tree, attacking animal, or overhanging brush to increase the firing speed of your nervous system.
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