US Ski Team members create a series of videos to show us ‘mortals’ a thing or two about ski fitness: it’s not supposed to be easy.
Working out in the gym is mostly a fun thing to do and is great preparation for skiing
Winter sports injury experts at BMI Healthcare urge us not to be put off winter sports. But to be more measured in our approach to skiing.
On the Snow has teamed up with US Ski Team to show us a thing or two about ski fitness: This gym ball challenge is not supposed to be easy.
Working on core strength, sculpting your abs and testing your lats, this exercise is a ‘Pullover’, that’s ‘Pullover exercise’ not ‘sweater’!
Start windmill arm stretches as part of my ‘two minute tooth brush tone up’ series, today; twice a day, every day.
Whilst the sun is shining make sure you improve your ski fitness. If you love skiing, you love the mountains, so enjoy them in the summer too
There’s never enough time to prepare for the ski season. When skiing, you always wish you had found more time to develop your core strength.
This exercise is ‘Heel Up Walking’, it looks like ‘Toes Up Walking’ to me! This is great for Zermatt ski resort where you have to walk everywhere
The only equipment you need is a partner able to hold your legs down. Core strength, lower back, your bum and hamstrings all benefit from this ski exercise.
The best advice I have for ending your ski holidays injury free is to start it with good ski clothes and be relatively fit.