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What does everyone do (exercise wise) to prepare for skiboarding season?

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  • Ethan
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    In order to prepare for my first season skiboarding, I took up running competitively. I ran cross country for my school, and currently indoor track as a distance runner. I truly feel that this has placed me in great shape, and I look forward to maintaining this and building upon this for next season and the seasons to follow.

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  • Chewiem16
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    Originally posted by Matthies View Post
    Iím pretty regimented in my pre and during the season exercise program, focusing on making sure I keep my body fueled with the right foods for ultimate on slope performance.

    Breakfast: Vodka in chilled glass slightly shaken by my trembling hand.

    Mid-morning snack: Scotch

    Lunch: Gin, assortment of fried cheese products, and two cigarettes to ensure I have the daily recommend does of carcinogens.

    Afternoon snack: Swig of whisky from the bottle

    Dinner: Wine from a box, and supreme pizza so I get my veggies.
    fantastic!!

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  • koneco
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    Originally posted by sempai View Post
    Sounds like the diet of champions.
    The preferred diet of Tony Stark.

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  • sempai
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    Originally posted by Matthies View Post
    Iím pretty regimented in my pre and during the season exercise program, focusing on making sure I keep my body fueled with the right foods for ultimate on slope performance.

    Breakfast: Vodka in chilled glass slightly shaken by my trembling hand.

    Mid-morning snack: Scotch

    Lunch: Gin, assortment of fried cheese products, and two cigarettes to ensure I have the daily recommend does of carcinogens.

    Afternoon snack: Swig of whisky from the bottle

    Dinner: Wine from a box, and supreme pizza so I get my veggies.
    Sounds like the diet of champions.

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  • Matthies
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    Iím pretty regimented in my pre and during the season exercise program, focusing on making sure I keep my body fueled with the right foods for ultimate on slope performance.

    Breakfast: Vodka in chilled glass slightly shaken by my trembling hand.

    Mid-morning snack: Scotch

    Lunch: Gin, assortment of fried cheese products, and two cigarettes to ensure I have the daily recommend does of carcinogens.

    Afternoon snack: Swig of whisky from the bottle

    Dinner: Wine from a box, and supreme pizza so I get my veggies.

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  • ERiN
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    I workout year-round so I'm more or less "in shape" all the time - but back in November I started focusing more on my lower body muscles. I do squats on the BOSU, leg extensions, ham curls, adductor/abductor machine, glute machine, calf machine and leg press. Plus I do a ton of core work for balance (bicycle crunches on the BOSU, ball pikes, roll-outs, etc). I also do recumbent biking to give my knees a break. Year-round I do Zumba, Yoga and Pilates plus misc cardio (running, biking, elliptical) and full-body weight training. I have focused more on exercises for skiboarding this year and I am definitely noticing a positive difference already this season

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  • Chewiem16
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    Originally posted by Biggie275 View Post
    I am a strength and conditioning specialist and to get in ski shape you should focus on high repetitions with resistance 12-15 reps per set. Also spin class is a great way to develop lower body endurance. Isometric abdominal exercises. If you are a jibber and also do a lot of jumping you might want to try plyometric trainy aswell.

    Squats
    Squats with balance (bosu , foam pad etc)
    Lunges
    Side lunges
    Crossover step up.
    Inner thigh machine (adduction, adductor)
    Single leg balancing exercises .

    Let menknow if you have questions .
    My legs hurt just reading that... Lol

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  • Biggie275
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    I am a strength and conditioning specialist and to get in ski shape you should focus on high repetitions with resistance 12-15 reps per set. Also spin class is a great way to develop lower body endurance. Isometric abdominal exercises. If you are a jibber and also do a lot of jumping you might want to try plyometric trainy aswell.

    Squats
    Squats with balance (bosu , foam pad etc)
    Lunges
    Side lunges
    Crossover step up.
    Inner thigh machine (adduction, adductor)
    Single leg balancing exercises .

    Let menknow if you have questions .

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  • koneco
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    Biking. Also, luck that's held together with scotch tape.

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  • Courtney
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    Originally posted by sempai View Post
    I know. I'm going to be in trouble at Bohemia.
    Not to worry.. you won't be the only one!

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  • Chewiem16
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    i finished the 90 days right before my trip to Utah last year. Thank God i did, i wouldn't have lasted all week!

    I figure there's only 3 months out of the year that i can do this. I better be ready so i'm not exhausted after a few hours!

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  • valmorel
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    Cycle cycle cycle..................

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  • sempai
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    Originally posted by Courtney View Post
    Better work on those powder legs!
    I know. I'm going to be in trouble at Bohemia.

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  • Courtney
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    Originally posted by sempai View Post
    Unfortunately I didn't prepare for this season, and I'm paying for it. I'm in the worst shape I've been in for probably 20 years.

    If you do P90X, that means you are in good shape for the season. I've done a couple rounds in the past, but you wouldn't know it now. Any hoo...the leg workout is great with the wall squats and all the lunges, not to mention all the core work.
    Better work on those powder legs!

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  • graeme
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    cardio session every day, plus weight sessions pretty much every day. not really for skiboard season, more for overall fitness on a daily basis.
    i find that training 365 days a year lets me do any sports i want, when i want. being fit enables you to get the most from any sport

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