Close

Member Login

Logging In
Invalid username or password.
Incorrect Login. Please try again.

not a member? sign-up now!

Signing up could earn you gear and it helps to keep offensive content off of our site.

PRINT DIGITAL

repetitions

Help From Above

Features

Legs aren't everything. A little upper-body work can go a long way toward better form and fewer injuries.

The Skier's Plyometric Workout

Features

Do plyo sessions twice a week, on the same days as your strength-training workouts, with at least two days between each session.

Step 2: Strength

Fitness

Can you handle the force of a ski turn? You don't need tree-trunk thighs to enjoy skiing, but pencil-thin legs won't cut it either.

The Ski Step

Fitness

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 Shoulder Stretch

Fitness

The sixth in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit.

The Towel Stretch

Fitness

The fifth in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit. Stretch your lower legs to keep them safe and strong.

The Ski Twist Stretch

Fitness

The fourth in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit. Do the Ski Twist Stretch for a strong, flexible back.

The Ski Jump Stretch

Fitness

The third in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit.

The Karate Lunge

Fitness

The second in a series of simple exercises to keep you ski fit. Stretching develops flexibility, alleviates soreness and helps prevent injury.

Limber in the Lodge: Back Rotation Stretch

Fitness

Stretching. It doesn't take a lot of time, you don't need any fancy equipment, and it can vastly improve the way you feel on the slopes.

RSS Feed