phone 206.547.2706

Ski & Sport Conditioning

When:
October 7, 2013 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Repeats:
Weekly on Monday and Wednesday until December 12, 2013
Excluding: November 27, 2013
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Where:
Ski & Sport Conditioning
437 North 34th Street
Seattle,WA 98103
USA
Cost:
Members: $60, Non-Members: $325, Drop-ins $7.00, Non-Members: $20/class
Contact:
Lisa Ballatore206-547-2706E-mail

Skiing is more than a sport or activity. For many, it’s a way of life and adventure. Ski & Sport Conditioning Class began at Sound Mind & Body over 27 years ago. The class as developed over the years with input from former member, friend, and 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist in Giant Slalom, Debbie Armstrong. We continue to improve and develop the program with the newest training techniques from the U.S. Olympic Ski Team and top Strength and Conditioning Coaches. Offered in Fall and Winter.

October 7 to December 11, 10-weeks; Monday/Wednesday at 6:00 pm (no class Nov. 27th)

Winter 2014:   January 6 to March 12.

Cost: Members, $60; Non-Members, $325 (drop ins $7.00/Members, $20/non-Members).
Register at the front desk or call 206/547-3470 for more information.

Dominate the slopes and thrash through the power without jello legs at the bottom of the run by getting in great shape with Ski & Sport Conditioning.

Skiing is one of the most demanding sports – both mentally and physically. Whether taking a modest ski holiday or skiing 100 days per year, a properly planned ski conditioning program will increase enjoyment, skiing performance and help prevent skiing and snowboarding injuries. The heavy, deep snow of the Northwest tax the quadriceps, gluteals and hamstrings to the max, so it’s important to condition the large muscles of the upper leg, hips and buttocks along with some serious core training.

Students working hard in the ski conditioning class

Our ski conditioning program emphasizes development of: musculature involved in the basic skills required for sports conditioning, skiing and snowboarding; increases stamina by using running and interval training; improves joint stability through conditioning of surrounding muscles; and improves flexibility. You’ll get in great shape and meet other like-minded ski enthusiasts.

Ski Instructor’s showing how it’s done!

Classes are led by veteran ski conditioning instructors: Lisa Ballatore, NSCA-CSCS personal trainer and spin instructor and Tim Sinnett, NSCA-CSCS certified personal trainer.