Summer is always a critical prep period for skiers who want to maximize their winter. Here's where to start.
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To protect your ACL, you need to beef up security around the knee.
Take a cue from the pros and incorporate balance training into your dryland workouts.
Your legs are only as strong as your hips when it comes to your form on the slopes.
Get more bang for your buck with these creative full-body moves.
Prepping the body for the demands of skiing requires intentional focus on specific kinds of training. Here's your cheat sheet.
Add a medicine ball to your core moves to develop bracing and rotational core strength.
Work all the stabilizer muscles you need to shred hard and prevent injuries with this versatile piece of equipment.
You could ski yourself into shape, but we don't recommend it. This is the better way to get there.
Lesson: To become a stronger skier, start training like a multisport athlete.
Everyone wants legs of steel as soon as the chairlifts begin turning. But in order to get there, it’s time to start putting in the work now.
If slalom skier Paula Moltzan can't be on snow, you'll find her in "Paula's Shed Gym."
If there's one thing pro skier Hadley Hammer has learned after wrecking herself, it's that injuries suck. But you will get over them and ski another day.
The gym sucks, but skiers are made in the summer. Here's how to breathe new life into your ski fitness routines.
Start combining agility and endurance moves in your leg day routine.
There's a lot of overlap between the two sports, and taking to the singletrack can teach you valuable transferrable skills.
There's only one thing that motivates us to actually do core work: the promise that it will make mogul skiing easier.
Hit the trail, pavement, or surf to boost your ski game during the off-season.
Whip your quads and hamstrings into ski shape with this two-move power circuit.
Think yoga is just breathing and laying on the floor? Try this 20-minute yoga practice designed for skiers, and your legs will tell you otherwise.
There's no skipping leg day if you're a skier.
All you need is a water bottle, rolling pin, and tennis ball, and a former U.S. Ski Teamer will guide you through the rest.
You need to strengthen more than just your anterior core muscles to improve your skiing and protect your back.
Treat yourself right with these handy massage and stretching tools.
After back-to-back knee surgeries, Johnny Collinson is stronger than ever. He shares how he did it.
When you need to know every bit of data, from vertical feet to how many times you hot-lapped the T-bar, these are apps are for you.
We all get sore from skiing. Here are some recovery exercises using foam rollers and more to turn that muscle pain into muscle gain.
Check out SKI Mag's Yoga for Skiers online course and get prepped for the season. Or just look and feel better.