Ski first tracks to sundown and still have the energy for the après ski
Carve the slopes from first tracks to final chair!
KIESER SKI PROGRAM
All it takes is two 30 minutes sessions a week to dramatically improve your strength and prepare you for your best winter ski season yet
It’s a fact that as we get older we lose muscle mass and strength. In the context of skiing this leads to earlier fatigue, a higher risk of injury, slower recovery times and the inevitable third day burn-out.
Just as it’s important to keep your equipment sharp and ready for the slopes, keeping the body in tune is vital and in doing so will pay substantial dividends allowing you to keep skiing for longer whilst the rest of the field return to rest their weary bodies.
At Kieser our team of specialised physiotherapists and exercise scientists will not only resolve these aches, pains or injuries you might have been unfortunate enough to sustain, but our snow sports specific strength and conditioning programs will improve your stamina on the slopes as well as improve your balance, speed and endurance to limit fatigue so you can focus on being your best on the mountain!
We have developed a unique 8-week ski program to help you get ski and snow ready
- Initial 45-minute full body screening consultation with a Physiotherapist
- Initial ski and muscle balance analysis including unique LE (lumbar extension) back strength testing, peripheral strength testing, pelvic stability observation and standardised orthopaedic testing
- Detailed report summarising strength capacity in relation to isokinetic movement and in comparison to current demographics based off height, weight and age and areas for improvement
- 12 x 1:1 training sessions with a ski expert/Exercise Scientist
- Final strength assessment and report.
Click here to read how Kieser has helped one of our members improve his strength for snowboarding.
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Carve the slopes from first tracks to final chair
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