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Good stretches to do before skiing?
I always am sore all over after a day on the slopes. Part of it is definitely eating shit on park features, but some of it is probably from just skiing. any ideas?
Studies show that stretching only help after physical activity. Calisthenics are better for pre physical activities
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Leg swings, jump squats, arm circles and trunk twists are generally what I warm up with. Then I do some light leg stretches throughout the day whenever I think of it, which is normally while I'm at the top of the park and on the lift.
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Grab the tips of your skis when you're riding the chairlift. Probably one at a time though, unless you want to fall off
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lunges, lunges, lunges. on your way to the shower, in the shower, to the toaster, while eating breakfast, to the car, while smoking a bowl, while putting on your boots, I don't care what it is the more lunges the less lactic acid
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True and false. It is true that dynamic warm ups are better for other sports, but stretching before is beneficial for activity that requires flexibility. Stretching before weight lifting is bad because it reduces strength production. I would recommend a warm up lap or two then stretch groin, quads, and hamstrings at a minimum. Arms and core couldnt hurt anything. hold each stretch for ~30 seconds.
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