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Preparing well for skiing means proper physical training before you arrive on the slopes. Skiing as a sport calls on all the body’s muscles and more specifically thighs, abs, and arms. So it is important to work these muscle groups over time. Good physical preparation will mean less fatigue at the end of the day so you’ll be able to enjoy après-ski activities serenely. Below, we present the different steps in your pre-ski training:
Some ski resorts such as Les Contamines-Montjoie or La Feclaz organise workshops for physical preparation training for skiing.
And once you’ve finished your training exercises, don’t forget to stretch which you’ll also do before hitting the slopes and after your last run.
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