Using stretches as a warm up or to improve your flexibility to prepare for skiing is a great way to both help mitigate injury while you’re away and also improve your technique, if your current level of mobility is negatively effecting your skiing technique.
Preparing for skiing physically can be difficult task, especially if you don’t have access to any resistance training equipment and are training at home. Most of the content available to prepare for skiing involves using free weights or access to a gym, so we have curated this list of exercises you can use to prepare for your ski trip while training at home. The resource is for people of all abilities, from beginner too advanced, so let’s dive in and look at the exercises you can use at home to prep for skiing.
It is an important process for beginners to prepare correctly for their skiing trip, especially as skiing is such a physically demanding sport that requires both strength and stamina. This article aims to provides you with the exercises you can use to prepare, but also a framework for how you can be more physically capable in general so you can face all of life’s challenges.
Properly preparing for a ski trip as a senior can really help you enjoy the experience of skiing. With more confidence and less chance of injury a pre holiday regime is a must, especially as we age and need to be more conscious of injuries and their impacts on our health. Here I have provided 5 potential exercises you can use to reinforce your body for the extreme sport that is skiing.
Skiing can be a gruelling sport for the knee joint, so doing everything you can do to strengthen the knee and the muscles surrounding is a great decision if you’re looking to reduce your risk of injury and make your skiing more sustainable. Let’s have a look through 6 exercises that will allow you to achieve this goal.
The ankle joint often goes overlooked when it comes to skiing, but it remains a crucial part of the sport. This is especially true for those who have been injured outside of the ski season and are wanting to make a full rehabilitation before ski season starts. Whatever your motivation for strengthening the ankle joint for skiing, here we propose five very effective exercises you can use to achieve this goal.
If you’re a beginner that has made the decision to train at home, but are not really sure where to start, you’re in the right place. This article will walk you through how to build your beginner workout programme for at home training.
Unfortunately there are really not many variations for isolating the triceps with the TRX. However there are two very effective variations, one for beginners and one for advanced individuals. On top of that, there is a huge variety of horizontal pressing exercises you can use to grow your triceps with the TRX. Here are the two TRX tricep exercise you can use in your training.
The TRX is an extremely effective way to train the muscle of the chest, especially if you training at home or with limited equipment. The TRX has a wide range of exercises that can be used to train the chest that we will walk through in this article, thankfully some are great for more advanced individuals and others are perfect for true beginners. Let’s have a look through the 7 TRX chest exercises you can add to your workouts.
Training the arms, specifically the biceps can be done using the TRX. There are really not a huge amount of exercises to isolate the biceps with the TRX, but these 3 exercises will ensure your can train your biceps using your TRX.