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Wedeln Ski and Outdoors Club Message Board › Prevent Ski and Snowboard Injuries

Prevent Ski and Snowboard Injuries

Tom L.
Somerville, MA
Post #: 93
This LINK has some general info on the best way to train in pre-season to avoid ski and snowboard injuries.

Every Tuesday night (this fall) coach Bob Barnes will offer free ski/snowboard training based on plyometric training methods. Check the calendar and sign up!

Does anyone have advice for getting in shape for ski season or injury prevention?? post back to this discussion.
Tom L.
Somerville, MA
Post #: 100
The Ski Fitness training is off to a great start 10 to 15 people have come every Tuesday. Legs will definitely be in better shape for the new season. Plyometrics can be tough to do so it helps if you have a decent fitness level first - if you are not in decent shape just take it easy the first few sessions.
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