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Discovering something new in skiing may simply be the result of where you happen to be standing in the liftline. Guys have met their wives this way. Last winter I discovered a new variety of skis. Their tails were only 4 inches long.
Skiing involves constant lateral leg motion-which is exhausting if your legs aren't in shape. Work your thighs with The Ski Step to avoid that grueling burn on the hill.
The sixth in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit.
The fifth in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit. Stretch your lower legs to keep them safe and strong.
The fourth in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit. Do the Ski Twist Stretch for a strong, flexible back.
The third in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit.
The second in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit. Stretching develops flexibility, alleviates soreness and helps prevent injury.
Get Fit, Inside & Out: Use your favorite sports to get ski strong. Skip the Gym! Get strong for skiing in the great outdoors-or in the comfort of your very own home.
Power in the lower legs and feet is crucial for strong skiing. It's also often overlooked in regular pre-season fitness routines.
You don't need equipment. You don't need a lot of time. Get fit for ski season in 15 minutes a day.
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