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This seems like something I should know by now and I just never asked.  Maybe I don't know because I started running on mostly flat land so elevation gain/loss was like 5m.


What do you use elevation gain/loss for?  People track it as a factor and I get the vague logic that a positive number is uphill (difficult) and a negative number is downhill (easy), but is there some use in quantifying or qualifying your elevation in your training?

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