Our problem is that there is 1/3 of the gravity on Mars than there is on Earth, so when we walk, our legs would rotate out from under you in the landing, so we would need to know how to walk on Mars. Also it would be hard because if we come across something falling out of the sky, then we might get hit and killed with it if we can't run away in time.
We could have training for running on the spaceship so that we could know how to, but the person who is training us would have to be trained as well, so before we take off they can train themselves on Earth with NASA's equipment.
We could have rovers to stabilize us so we don't fall over. It would have springs on it's legs and hard, sturdy wheels so that if there are rocks it will be able to roll over them with ease. An astronaut could hold on to the bars: | and the rover would be able to catch them if they I started to fall. We should have extra rovers in case V one of them breaks.
Stabilizer Rover: /\