As we approach and ride into the winter many tourists gather for adventures in the ski slopes.
A very important decision to make is how to reduce risk of injury and most importantly how to reduce those long dreadful sore muscles to increase your ability to enjoin the white powdery snow.
The primary movers are calf muscles, hamstrings, and quadriceps to guide in the snow; ankle and foot muscles for steering and abdominal muscles for balance.
Quadríceps - stability ball squat holds, squats, lunges, step-ups , leg extension
Hamstrings- hamstring raise, deadlift , lying leg curls, stability ball bridge curls
Calf muscles- calf raises, weighted calf raises, seated calf press, single leg alternating calf raises
Ankle & Feet - lateral leap, single leg vertical jump, jumping squats, step leap up
Abdominals - twist cable , cable wood chops, incline twisting sit-up, lying down ankle touches, body weight side bridge, stability ball jackknife