Focused learning, immediate feedback, and excellent snow-like material, all without the heavy gear!
Build your confidence from the comfort of the indoors.
Muscle repetition and movement memory will strengthen the body to keep up with your adventures. Start early, before your season, to build that core strength, leg muscles, and joint tendons that will keep you skiing and boarding for many years to come.
Increased access since we're close to home, and year-round! Enjoy the warmth while learning; take the elements out of this equation for a bit.
And leave the heavy gear at home! But bring socks. You'll want those.
Get those muscles burning and hearts pumping. Just a few minutes on this machine mimics many runs on the hill.
Need to get used to the altitude? Come in for a quick ride!
While we are not certified rehabilitation specialists or physical therapists, we can offer a space for ski and snowboard practice. If you're working to return to the slopes post injury, work with your therapist, doctor, and rehab team to find a workout that makes sense for you!
Again, no gear, try ours!
Avoid the lift tickets, gas, lodging, and those irresistible snacks you save specifically for a long drive.
(ok, maybe you still want the snacks)
This is for all ages and all levels! Bring the family; bring your friends. Skiing and snowboarding can make for great get-away adventures right in our own backyard. We want to help make that happen!
Let's also have a really, really great time!
"Ideally, athletes should participate in prevention training at least twice per week for a minimum of six weeks before the start of their season.
“If you’re a skier, don’t wait until December to start a skiing conditioning class and don’t try to condition on the slopes,” McCarty said."
"If you're an experienced skier, boarder, or skater who doesn't engage in much physical activity in the off-season, health officials say it's still important to get physically ready a couple of weeks pre-season to make sure you have the muscle and cardiovascular strength and endurance."
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