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How To Use Massage Balls For Snowboard Health
When you snowboard your body is hard at work so it's no surprise that your muscles get tight, knot up, and ache. Especially, if you're taking some bails out on the slopes! From sore feet to tight quads, hamstrings, and shoulders, massage balls might just be the wonder-worker you’ve been looking for.
7 Yoga Poses For Snowboarding | Snowboard Yoga Series
In the snowboard season, your body can see a ton of mileage on the slopes and hours in a car travelling to and from the mountains. Time in the car mixed with snowboarding can leave you feeling stiff and achy. Stretching is an essential part of every sport, and yoga provides an amazing warm-up and/or warm down to keep you mobile and prevent injury.
8 Reasons Why Walking In The Off-Season Is Essential After Snowboarding
After a long winter and over 100 days on a snowboard, there's nothing better than stretching the legs on a gorgeous hike. The benefits of walking are truly wonderful for your body.
Hydrate With Water To Optimise Your Snowboarding
Water is the essence of life. The human body is composed of about 65% water, so It is no surprise that it is essential to your well-being and snowboard performance. Water assists with every function and system in the body, from your skin to cells, muscles, and bones. For snowboard optimisation It's crucial to hit the slopes fully hydrated, otherwise, performance and concentration can suffer. When focus goes accidents can happen! Watch and Ride Tip: If you are dehydrated you might find leg burn will set in a lot quicker! Drink 2 glasses of water as soon as you wake...
Take Your Snowboarding To The Next Level With TRX Training
Are you looking to be able to ride longer, harder and feel more balanced on top of your edges? If so, Total Body Resistance Exercise (TRX) is the perfect way to get the results you're looking for and level up your snowboarding!