Downhill walking

I used to know a Dutch cyclist who, as he got older, would take the train for the outward leg and return with the wind, and I was aware that the French army used to teach conscripts to ski by giving them post-season seconds and leaving them up an Alp, but the following approach had never occurred to me:

Did you know that taking a downhill track can actually help you gain momentum on several important health fronts? Downhill hiking is especially effective at reducing blood sugar levels while also lowering glucose tolerance, which in turn helps lower bad cholesterol levels. On the other hand, uphill hiking is great for lowering body fat and dangerous triglycerides.

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