In Part 2 of our Ski Fitness Training series, PerformancePro director Dan Boulle focuses on a professional approach to effective ski training, plus a few living room tips!
To recap, in Ski Fitness Training #1 we suggested that maybe you aren’t as fit as you thought you were. Perhaps you’re not particularly strong and, importantly, you are not a world cup standard skier, boarder or racer.
We highlighted that one week’s ski training won’t make you ‘slope ready’. So we recommended that the first step should be to plan some time for training, if possible 2 x 45 min sessions per week. We also encouraged you to think a little more about what you eat and very importantly, get some help.
We all have bodies, so intuitively we all think we know what’s best for them.
But would we expect an experienced strength and conditioning coach with an undergraduate degree, masters degree and *UKSCA accreditation to know the intricacies of corporate financial restructuring?
So why do professionals with no experience, qualification or understanding of physiology, biomechanics and human body believe they are experts in sports coaching and fitness training?
All that said, we live in the real world and we understand that pressures of daily life get in the way.
If your only option is 20 minutes in the living room, a couple of times a week, then we have put together a ‘Top 5’ of exercises that will help get you in a better place to take on the slopes and enjoy it.
Catch up with the Part 1 of this latest PerformancePro series with Ski Fitness Training #1 >>
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