skiing Archives | BeneFIT PT

1 Jan 18
Getting Ready for Skiing and Snowboarding: The Last Exercise

Here is the fourth and final in our series of four advanced exercises to improve strength, power, and endurance to get ready for the slopes. These four exercises continue to target primary leg muscles used in skiing and snowboarding (your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and hip abductors) with a conscious effort to focus on exercises that […]

26 Dec 17
Exercises to Help you Succeed in Skiing Getting Ready for Skiing and Snowboarding: 180 Degree Run Stance Squat Jumps

Here is the third in our series of four advanced exercises to improve strength, power, and endurance to get ready for the slopes.  These four exercises continue to target primary leg muscles used in skiing and snowboarding (your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and hip abductors) with a conscious effort to focus on exercises that could be […]

19 Dec 17
Getting Ready for Skiing and Snowboarding: Speed Skaters

Here is the second in our series of four advanced exercises to improve strength, power, and endurance to get ready for the slopes.  These exercises continue to target primary leg muscles used in skiing and snowboarding (your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and hip abductors) with a conscious effort to focus on exercises that could be easily […]

11 Dec 17
Getting Ready for Skiing and Snowboarding: Start of the Advanced Exercises

Here is the first in our series of four advanced exercises to improve strength, power, and endurance to get ready for the slopes.  These four exercises continue to target primary leg muscles used in skiing and snowboarding (your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and hip abductors) with a conscious effort to focus on exercises that could be […]

4 Dec 17
Getting Ready for Skiing and Snowboarding: Before Getting Advanced

Over the past couple weeks, we have been providing four basic exercises that will be beneficial to incorporate into a preseason strength training routine before this upcoming skiing and snowboarding season.  Hopefully, things are progressing well, and you are feeling some strength and endurance in your legs all ready. Over the course of the next […]