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Stretching is not optional: stretching exercises mean better recovery after a physical effort and a proper warm-up before making your first runs. Stretch in the morning before you start skiing to prepare the muscles for the day’s physical effort. And after a day on the slopes, stretching will relax the muscles and help avoid cramps the next morning.
Each stretching exercise should take about 30 seconds working from the top towards the bottom of the body.
There are of course other exercises but the intention of the article is to present some basics so you can enjoy your skiing holiday. Remember to stretch daily after your training routine at home but also before going out on the slopes and, obviously, at the end of your ski day. With this series of stretching exercises, you will be in tip top shape, ready to face the cold and the series of turns in your downhill runs.
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