6-week pre-season dryland training program.
STARTING OCTOBER 9TH!
What is it? Winter is upon us and it is time to get in shape for the upcoming ski season! We have designed a progressive 6-week long 3 days/week strength and conditioning program specifically to get you ready for your winter skiing/snowboarding endeavors. Head into the season with a robust foundation of strength and endurance to help you ski longer, stronger, and prevent injuries. The stronger you are, the faster you are. The fitter you are, the better you're going to be at your sport, and the less likely you are to get hurt. Go into the ski season ready to tear up the slopes and have the best season yet!
Who is this for? This program is suitable for anyone looking to get in shape for the ski season, regardless of age or experience. All workouts can be customized and adapted to accommodate any limitations or current injuries.
Note: If you are a current member you do not need to purchase Ski Fit!
When? October 9th - November 17th. Ski & Snowboard Fitness programming will be on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays during the 6 weeks.
How much? $299
What do you get?
3 sport-specific training sessions per week for 6 weeks.
More variety of available class times! You can catch the Ski Fit program during all classes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
A structured progressive program designed specifically to prepare you for the upcoming winter season.
Coach-led classes to ensure proper form and appropriate intensity.
A community of like-minded individuals, all geared up for the ski season!
Your own accountability coach! Once a week you will receive a check-in with your accountability coach. This is a great tool to use, as it can help you stay on track with the workouts and ask any questions you may have. Your coach will ensure you are getting the most out of your 6-week program.
What time are the classes? Targhee Athletics Ski Fit program will run on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Come to any of the classes that best fit your schedule on those days.
See the schedule below for class times:
What if I miss a day? You have 3 classes a week. If you can't make it one day you are more than welcome to come any day that week. The "Ski Fit" specific programming is on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, but we also have amazing workouts that happen on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays that you can do if you can't make it on a Monday, Wednesday, or Thursday.
What if I am gone for a week? You will have access to the workouts and can follow along from afar! If you are gone for more than a week we can send you the online version as well which can be done with limited equipment (insert hotel gym!).
What if I have an injury? We have a ton of experience modifying around injuries. All movements can be modified to your ability and we can work around most injuries. We also advise you to make sure your doctor or physical therapist clears you for working out.
Is there a low-impact version? Yes! We will be providing low-impact variations of exercises and workouts to accommodate your needs.
Can't make it to the gym? Check out our Ski Fit E-books available to purchase online!
Follow the 6-week Ski & Snowboard pre-season dryland training program from ANYWHERE with this Ebook version!
Here are the details:
Who are these Ebooks for? Anyone who wants to get in shape for ski season and would like to workout at home or from afar! If you have already completed the orginal Ski Fit Ebook, we would recommend purchasing the new Ski Fit V2 Ebook!
How much? $49 20% OFF!
What do you get?
At home ebook version of our 6-week ski & snowboard fitness program
18 training sessions, 3 sessions a week for 6 weeks
Every session contains a warm-up, strength element, conditioning element, and a cooldown
Detailed workout descriptions
Demonstration videos linked to every exercise
Dumbbells and/or kettlebells. The greater the selection of weights the better, however, the entire program can be done with a limited selection. If you don't have weights you can also get creative and use household objects as weights. Examples could be laundry soap, bag of books, rocks, bottles of wine, etc...Trust me we have seen some creative weighted objects!!
A box, bench, chair, table...something study you can perform step-ups on.
A good attitude and proficiency in the annual "snow dance."