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Skihab, Ski Conditioning and Training Programs

Online skihab and ski training, designed by Physical Therapists, informed by the latest research and years in the field training for winter and treating winter athletes. ATP will hone your systems to prepare you for your best season yet.

Online Video Training Programs

  • Conditioning for Inbounds Skiing
    $24.99/mo
    This track is designed to help you get in shape for lift-accessed skiing, whether you're staying in the resort or heading into the "slack-country".  It includes our signature on-ramping series which progresses through three 2-week phases, advancing from foundational mobility, strength and control work through higher-demand endurance and plyometric-type exercises.  We offer a high-impact version and reduced-impact version of this program.
  • Conditioning for Backcountry Skiing
    $24.99/mo
    This program includes all of the elements of downhill training included in our inbounds program, plus adds specific exercises to train for uphill travel involved in ski-touring and splitboarding. It includes the backcountry version of our signature on-ramping series which progresses through three 2-week phases, advancing from foundational mobility, strength and control work through higher-demand endurance and plyometric-type exercises.  We offer a high-impact version and reduced-impact version of this program.
  • Self Assessment
    FREE!
    Our self-assessment is designed as a movement screen specific to the demands of skiing and snowboarding. This is optional but recommended to determine how your baseline movement and foundational strength measure up against what we consider the most critical aspects of the sport. This will help you discover which areas you are already strong in as well as which areas may need extra attention throughout training. The self-assessment takes about 20 minutes to complete.

Self Assessment

FREE!

Our self-assessment is designed as a movement screen specific to the demands of skiing and snowboarding. This is optional but recommended to determine how your baseline movement and foundational strength measure up against what we consider the most critical aspects of the sport. This will help you discover which areas you are already strong in as well as which areas may need extra attention throughout training. The self-assessment takes about 20 minutes to complete.

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Individualized

Optimize your strength and mobility where you need it to meet the demands of your sport. Our self assessment will show you where you need to focus your training.

Earn Your Turns

You'll have more fun when you're ready for the challenge.

We've been There

The founders of ATP have a passion for skiing and snowboarding and we designed ATP so that you can get more enjoyment out of your winter season. Whether that means pushing yourself to the next level, or just being able to get more days out without being held back by injury.

Save Time and Money

Our program trains what you need efficiently and effectively with minimal equipment and can be done in your own home.

The Right Exercises from Experts

Get effective exercises from PTs who are experts in injury prevention and performance enhancement.

Our Mission

Our goal is to enhance performance of the skier and snowboarder while optimizing the motion, strength and balance deficits of the individual that might expose them to injury. ATP includes a self assessment and training programs based on the latest research and years of working on the world cup circuit, as well as participating in multi day hut trips and freeskiing competitions.

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