Torn ACL? Don’t worry, you’ll live to ski another day.
You should sweat the small stuff—start with your small stabilizing muscles.
Five ideas to keep skiers occupied when they can’t be on the slopes.
Four household items that can help relieve aches and pains.
Build up trunk stability to move those skis where you want, when you want.
Hit the mat instead of the bar to help your body recover after a day on the hill.
Whip your body back into ski shape with this pre-season full-body workout. No gym membership or equipment required.
Train anywhere with this effective and portable fitness tool.
Dos and don’ts on what to eat from U.S. Ski Team Head Chef Allen Tran
Cross training in the off-season is the best way to boost your ski game come winter. But don't just take our word for it—see what the pros have to say.
The down-low on the knee-ligament injury that’s all-too-common among skiers.
To avoid knee injuries, work the backside—not just the quads.
The skier drops pearls of wisdom while recovering from knee surgery.
What is mobility? It’s not the same as flexibility, we can tell you that.
Being sidelined is the worst. Here are tips for avoiding it.
Meet John Cole, elite strength and conditioning coach.
These gadgets will help you train harder and recover faster.
Here’s a start to your pre-ski trip checklist.
Put your conference call on speaker and grab your hand weights. Here are five ways to get ski-fit at work.
Data streams, body scanners, and “cross-pollination” are the new frontier in boosting athletic performance. And why not prevent injuries before they happen?
What is the best way to improve your skiing this year? Get in shape.
Join us in Steamboat Springs for a weekend of health and wellness.
A four-week training program by Mountain Tactical Institute that will prepare you for your ski season in just 30 minutes a day.
We asked athletes how they stay fit during the off-season (when they aren’t in South America).