In this article (https://www.uphillathlete.com/strength-training-for-the-mountain-athlete/) you recommend the Hill Sprints and Hill Bounding as great workouts to develop leg strength and power that will come into play during the subsequent muscular endurance phase. So Hill bounding is not considered as a ME workout itself. Actually, Gym-Based Muscular Endurance Workouts are recommended for Runners and Skiers, especially well suited for those who lack easy access to steep hills.
However, in the Uphill Ath book, there are indoor and outdoor ME workouts recommendations. There are various possibiliteies exposed to develop ME in the outdoors like using the traditional Z3 uphill method, the same method but using a weighted pack or usin a bounding stride up a steep trail.
As a runner, with no aerobic deficency who may want to start to introduce ME workouts and the possibility to do them indoors and outdoors without any inconvinient. What ME workout would you recommend?
Is there an drawbacks with the outdoor ME compared to indoor ME workouts?
Are bounding more a strength/power workout rather than a ME one?
Thanks in advance!