Ski Conditioning and Fitness for the Snow Season
Get Fit to Ski course has started!
Maybe you think you are in good shape. You jog once in a while or swim 3 times a week. This does not mean you are in shape for skiing. Because of the high altitude, above average aerobic conditioning is necessary. Skiing and snowboarding both demand a lot from the muscles in the quads and lower back, and from the knees. Skiers and snowboarders often require specific conditioning and workout routines to not only perform better and prevent fatigue, but to help reduce the risk of injury on the slopes.
A good conditioning program should start long before the snow season starts, and involve strength, power, flexibility, endurance and agility drills.
Evening classes run in two seasons – pre-Australian season and pre-Northern hemisphere season, 8-10 weeks, one hour. If you are interested in participating in this course, then please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Northbridge clinic on 9958 8986.