SKIHAB: RECOVERY AND SKI CONDITIONING FOR IN SEASON BACKCOUNTRY SKIING
This program will help you get ready for the up and the down mid-season in anticipation of that upcoming trip. Recover from longs days out in the hills and maintain the strength and mobility you need to get the most out of your season. Stay stronger and stay out there longer when you train with this ongoing online video led program designed by physical therapists.
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Skihab: In-Season Backcountry Skiing Recovery and Ski Conditioning Programs
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Once you’ve attained your desired level of strength, you will maintain much of your power through doing your sport. It is a good idea to continue working on your stability and control throughout the season. After completing your initial 8-week subscription program you may choose to sustain your membership for a low monthly fee. This will give you continued access to the three phases of training videos as well as new in-season maintenance workouts, recovery tips, and more.
SKIHAB: REDUCED IMPACT IN-SEASON Backcountry SKIING RECOVERY AND SKI CONDITIONING PROGRAM
This program is 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). This program is also appropriate 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.
SKIHAB: HIGH IMPACT IN-SEASON Backcountry SKIING RECOVERY AND SKI CONDITIONING PROGRAM
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. 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.