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From the Couch to the AT: In Pursuit of Trail Legs

Those who have done research on a long-distance trail have heard the prophecy of the “Trail Legs.” I always pictured myself starting with limp-noodle legs that became bionic, unstoppable masterpieces, catapulting me over any mountain with little-to-no pain. Trail Legs are the stuff of a fantasy or a science fiction novel, and in a way, they are just that: a fantasy. Truly defined, having your Trail Legs means that you can walk all day, every day,.
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