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Ski Fitness – Part 6: Lateral Motion Training

All right! In a previous video, I talked about lateral bounding as part of our balance. Right now, we’re going to take that to the next level with lateral motion training. We will add a bit more of a strength or leg strength component to it. Because of course, in skiing, as you know, legs are really important. We have …

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Navigating Stress, Burnout, And Holiday Cheer!

We all know that life is a series of ups, downs, learning opportunities, and potential for growth. Nobody is immune to the challenges, hiccups, like stress and burnout, and other curveballs life throws at us. However, when we are in the middle of it all, that perspective can sometimes be tough to see. As a health and wellness professional, and …

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Ski Fitness – Part 5: Rotation Skills

All right!  In a previous video, we talked about rotation in the sense of mobility. With skiing, rotation skills are a critical factor, so we want to practice lots of different variations of rotation because essentially in skiing unless you’re going straight down the hill, there’s rotation in almost everything you do. If you’re doing bumps it’s lots of rotation, …

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Ski Fitness – Part 4: Balance Training

Last time, we talked about mobility. And, as we’re talking more about skiing performance, balance is a key factor, especially in skiing. In skiing, you’re in dynamic activity, there are always things you have to react and respond to, and a lot of people try to train extreme balance. While that is great, you have to have a foundation of …

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Intermittent Fasting – Fact vs. Fiction (Part 2)

To kick off your week, here’s the continuation of last week’s post on Intermittent Fasting (“IF”). If you missed that one, here it is in a nutshell (though I encourage you to read the full post). 😉 IF is the strategic modification of “Feeding” and “Fasting” windows for greater health benefits It is NOT a weight-loss tool – studies show …