We are all working through an interesting spring but that doesn't mean that you can't start your strength rebalancing! Just get out on the prairie and use those rocks!
When you find unique ways to do pull-ups post your ideas in the comments.
Natural intervals are a specific type of interval that is variable and fun!Basically as you ski you choose the intervals. You want to mix them up with some steep uphills, some flats, definitely go over the top of every hill. You can even throw in some downhill and gradual downhill for fun.
You ski around the trails and time yourself on the intervals. They can be any length but they need to add up to 12-15 minutes of total hard skiing time. So each interval can be any variation of length but in the end 12-15 minutes of total hard time.
If you have been following along with the Core Training then you'll know that we have moved to Core Rotation 3! Yay!
We are now hitting series of core exercises in a row to push specific muscle groups. Some of the series are challenging but when you do these you get stronger!!!
If you have been following along with the Core Training then you'll know that we have moved to Core Rotation 2! Yay!
This rotation focuses on a little more endurance as you go from 30 seconds of activities to 50 seconds of activities.
Taming that Dragon!!!
We're super excited to get going on our Summer Training. We love this time of year with Mountain adventures, triathlons, and beautiful weather!
Below you will find a PDF of the actual training plan as well as a video introduction to the summer training plan. This will get you started on training for the summer.
Go to Core Rotation 1 for video demo and PDF instructions, which you will do until June.
Get out and get training!
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