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TRAIN SMART. TRAIN HARD.

Live Stream Classes


Our live stream classes provides you with the motivation to show up every week and train with ATP’s online community.

Once a week for six weeks our instructors will lead you through a progressive program using little to no equipment. Over the course of the program you will build strength, endurance and improve control to bomb proof you body for your best season yet. Members can login to the live class for real time instruction or tune in anytime to train using the recording of the live class from that week.

Following the 6 week livestream “on-ramp”, this membership includes a full season-pass access to our entire online library including individual exercise videos, in-season programming, recovery workouts, yoga for skiers.


Equipment Needed:

  1. Optional Set of resistance bands: yellow/green/blue set
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  2. Chair with fixed legs or a work out bench.
  3. Optional: Weight: 10-20 lb dumbbells, weight vest, kettlebell, sandbag or loaded backpack (optional….all workouts can be done without weights)
$140

Program Includes:

  • 1 hour livestream class once each for 6 weeks
  • Opportunities for Q&A during 10 minutes after each live class
  • Season’s pass access to all of ATP pre-season and in-season training programs

Live Stream Class and Reduced Impact Track Season Pass

This program is for the skier or snowboarder who prefers riding primarily groomed slopes at low to moderate speeds. It includes mobility exercises, challenging strength and endurance exercises, stability and control work, and light plyometric activities that can be modified to your tolerance-level. We include exercises from both our inbounds and backcountry programs in these classes.

This program is also appropriate for the skier or snowboarder who is coming back from a serious injury in the past year or who had pain associated with doing their sport last season (either while doing the activity or within the following day).

Program Includes:

  • 1 hour livestream class once each for 6 weeks
  • Opportunities for Q&A during 10 minutes after each live class
  • Season’s pass access to all of ATP pre-season and in-season training programs

Live Stream - Reduced Impact with Kristen

The price for membership is $140.00 now.

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Membership expires after 6 Months.
Dates: Oct 27th – 6:30 PM
Duration: 6 weeks
Instructor: Kristen

Live Stream - Reduced Impact with Mandie

The price for membership is $140.00 now.

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Membership expires after 6 Months.
Dates: Nov 5th – 6:30 PM
Duration: 6 weeks
Instructor: Mandie

Live Stream - Reduced Impact with Mitch

The price for membership is $140.00 now.

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Membership expires after 6 Months.
Dates: Dec 8th – 6:30 PM
Duration: 6 weeks
Instructor: Mitch

Live Stream Classes and High Impact Track Season Pass

This program is designed to prepare for the demands of skiing at higher speeds, on uneven terrain, and for jumps and airs. It includes mobility exercises, strength and endurance exercises, stability and control work, ascending-specific exercises, and moderate to high-intensity plyometric activities working up to single-leg and lateral jumping. We include exercises from both our inbounds and backcountry programs in these classes.

This program is for the skier or snowboarder who does not have any current pain issues from the naval down and has not had any serious injuries in the past year.

Program Includes:

  • 1 hour livestream class once each for 6 weeks
  • Opportunities for Q&A during 10 minutes after each live class
  • Season’s pass access to all of ATP pre-season and in-season training programs

Live Stream - High Impact with Kristen

The price for membership is $140.00 now.

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Membership expires after 6 Months.
Dates: Oct 27th – 6:30 PM
Duration: 6 weeks
Instructor: Kristen

Live Stream - High Impact with Mandie

The price for membership is $140.00 now.

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Membership expires after 6 Months.
Dates: Nov 5th – 6:30 PM
Duration: 6 weeks
Instructor: Mandie

Live Stream - High Impact with Mitch

The price for membership is $140.00 now.

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Membership expires after 6 Months.
Dates: Dec 8th – 6:30 PM
Duration: 6 weeks
Instructor: Mitch

 

What this program will do for you:


Build quad endurance, strength, and eccentric control


Achieve hip and ankle mobility required for skiing and making kick-turns


Strengthen hip-flexors and lateral stabilizers needed for ascents


Dial in your stability and control


Improve balance, agility and quick-responses


Frequently Asked Questions:

1: How do I use the self-assessment? The self-assessment can be thought of as a pre-test and post-test before and after doing your 6-week program. We designed it to create a checklist that skiers can use on their own to see where they are at with movements that we feel are essential for skiers and snowboarders. We developed this after years of working with alpine and freestyle ski racers, ski patrollers, friends in the backcountry and patients. It is optional but we recommend utilizing it to give you an idea of some of the tasks you need to work on. We recommend you do it no matter which of our programs you decide to do. Plus it’s free!

2: What equipment will I need? We focus on body weight exercises and our programs are designed to be done with little to no equipment. At the most, a box to jump on and off for the latter phases and a medicine or weighted ball is helpful if you choose to progress your resistance. However, all exercises can be done equipment-free (ie bounding can be substituted for box jumps). Additionally we have link to resistance bands that might improve your workout. You can also add a kettlebell, weight vest, loaded pack or hand weights to most exercises. 

3: What is the difference between the backcountry and inbounds programs? Our inbounds programs keep in mind the eccentric load on the quads and hip and trunk control and is appropriate for all ability levels. Our backcountry course includes these but also addresses the demands of uphill travel and the likelihood of varied terrain. For example, the amount of hip rotation needed to perform a kick turn or chance of hitting chundery snow.

4. What is the difference between the low and high impact programs? Our low impact program is a great option for people who want to improve their strength and endurance while recovering from an injury or protecting long-standing conditions that might be sensitive to higher impact loads. This program would be appropriate for folks skiing primarily groomed slopes. The high impact program ramps up the plyometric exercises during the latter stages and targets those who anticipate skiing in uneven terrain, at higher speeds or including drops and airs.

5: Do Barre classes compliment this program well? Barre and other group exercise classes can compliment this program well when they target the hip and core muscles. However, our exercises are based on benchmarks we encourage participants to meet and the best way to do that is through doing the exact exercises in the program as they have been hand-picked after thorough research. When mixing in other programs you’ll want to be mindful to allow for proper recovery from our workouts (1-2 days) so you avoid overtraining. 

6: What is the difference between the online classes and the Livestream? The online classes are our staple programs that can be done whenever they fit into your life. At home, at the gym, at any time of day or night. We recommend you do these 2-3x/week for 6 weeks (3 phases of 2 weeks each). The Livestream classes are for those of you who would love to join an in-person ski conditioning class but aren’t able to make one due to your schedule or the social distancing rules. It can count as one of your weekly workouts or you can use it as a way to better learn the exercises or just add a social element to the workout. We are offering 3 different start times or pods for these (each are 1x/week for 6 weeks and one will be taught by Kristen, one by Mandie and one by Mitch).

7: What are the Skihab tools you mention for in-season training? The Skihab tools are the ski-specific yoga routine, foam rolling and stretches we recommend. We also have tips about warm-ups and active recovery. These tips and tools were developed from great questions we got by participants in past years. You have access to these with all of the programs.