Ski Training Tips
Listen in for tips on getting ready for ski season - we will be posting a series of videos to help you get strong and ready for ski season.
So even though it’s nice sunny weather here and a late fall, we want to talk about what you need to do to get strong for skiing and snowboarding this year. Our next step that we’re get you working on is some balance work and the ability to transfer weight so you can carve when you’re on the slopes.
Do you ski? Do you like to carve the mountain at high speeds? We hope you avoid injury and have fun! If you do get injured, you should know about skiers' thumb - a ligament sprain or tear that can occur to your thumb while skiing. Listen in for details. Ski safely!
Now is the time to start training to have a safe and fun season.
Avoid pain on the slopes!! Start now! Here is a beginning tip to help you avoid pain on the slopes, and be strong enough to carve things up with style.
This video shows you how to strengthen your hip abductor muscles. Strengthening hip abductor muscles can help improve your skiing, lead to better edging, and help prevent knee pain or injuries to the knee.
Get strong and build endurance in preparation for ski season! Try out ski tips video # 3 exercise ball squats. A good way to avoid knee injuries and pain from skiing!
This video shows you three different ways to work your oblique muscles, while breathing and maintaining you core strength and neutral spine. Very helpful to keep you health on the slopes and avoid back pain and hip pain and pain in general!!
Leaning sideways into the balls mimics the feeling of carving a turn and makes your glut muscles work hard to control your position. this will help you get stronger and control your turns better.
With snow on the local mountains this week, ski season is only weeks away. Get ready to ski, injury free with this latest in a series of ski training videos.
Hi, this is Jamie from Body Works and I’m just following up with some of the videos that Taylor has done on ski conditioning. What I want to talk about today is just a little bit of balance training that you can start before you get into the ski season.
Today I want to talk a little bit about dynamic warm up before getting out on the mountain. So with warm ups there are a couple things that are kind of wide spread principles that you want to pay attention to.