At the end of my commute is a good sized hill that I can't avoid. The hill itself is probably adding 15-20 minutes to my commute as it ends up being 'peddle, run out of air/legs, stop/rest, repeat'. I think its like a 300ft rise over -- i don't trust the source of the data that much. Suffice to say i'm having a lot of trouble with it and it is the part of my commute that dwells in my mind despite how well the rest is going e.g. increased cadence, speed, etc.
Can someone recommend some specific exercises or strategies to that will allow me to eventually power to the top of this hill without the stopping/starting?