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brov1lunges of all kinds, squats of all kinds, hang clean, box jumps, lots of jump rope, and a shitton of core workouts
MinggLegs to train skiing.
PBR to train for after.
EggsOverSteezyThis except PBR sold out to the Russians so drinking the blue ribbon is now considered treason.
THEDIRTYBUBBLEPut on all your ski gear, strap on some ankle waits, and jump on a trampoline.
Or just jump on a trampoline
brotoI stumbled across a backcountry article by banks gilberti about his routine and I'm now trying to follow the same one. I'm on mobile so I'm not gonna bother to link it rn. But basically he says that you have to do eccentric exercises instead of concentric ones. Meaning you have to do exercises where your legs absorb force, instead of pushing off of something. Because really, that's where the weaker muscles are that get worked a lot more when you're skiing. It's not the takeoff that makes you sore, it's the landing.
Seriously, check out the article, it was some good shit and the exercise routine he gives makes my legs burn like a motherfucker.
paige.Was it this one? I remember reading it awhile back and thinking it looked like a good idea.
mantoastMy jump game is weak AF I need to hit a tramp but have nowhere to go unless I pay 15 bucks for windells open skate even then its eh
brotoBut basically he says that you have to do eccentric exercises instead of concentric ones.
JAHnTramps weren't even open when i went to open skate about a month ago. Know if they are open now?
quesadillablunts and brews
JaybrtnEat big. Lift heavy.
YoungGun.Lol training?... Musky fishing for a week, bow hunting, and gun season.
HamFaceGirl3.0Am i doing this right?
Cheech_SanderBut remember, NO RUNNING!