Performance Skiing: Training and Techniques to Make You a Better Alpine Skier
Whether you ski competitively or recreationally, you know that great skiing requires great control. Only with total command of your body can you achieve and maintain balance in motion. Exceptionally good skiing and performance skiing does not come from wearing a flashy powder suit. Performance skiing comes form the condition of the motor under all the stretch neon and Gore-Tex.
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TWO Physical Fitness for Skiers
THREE Fitness Testing
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aerobic agility alpine skiing anaerobic angulation ankle athletes balance base bench bend bevel boot center of mass chest coach conditioning coordination curls cycle develop direction downhill ski drills edge angle endurance energy exercise extend fall line feel feet femur flat flex floor foam foot forward hands heart rate hill hip flexors hips hold increase inside ski intensity keep knee lactic acid lean lift lower back lower leg machine Marc Girardelli maximum move movement muscles orthotic oxygen P-tex performance skier pole plant position pressure pull push quadriceps racers racing rapid gates relay races reps resistance rotate shoulders side skills slalom slalom skier slope slowly snow speed sport stand straight strength training stretch strong tails technique tion tips toes traverse tuck turning radius U.S. Ski Team uphill ski upper body VO2 Max weight training workout