I always sweat a lot and feel very tired when I go skiing. I’m not sure if my body is suitable for skiing or if special physical training is needed for skiing.
Reply from Brenda J.
Skiing does require a certain level of endurance and adaptability from the body. If you are unsure whether skiing is suitable for you or what kind of training you need, it is recommended to consult a doctor or a professional ski instructor for advice.
If you want to improve your endurance and adaptability, you can do the following special physical training in your daily routine, and make sure you have the necessary ski equipment or ski jacket:
Aerobic exercise, such as jogging, swimming, dancing, etc., can improve your cardiorespiratory function and endurance level.
Strengthen muscle strength: through weight training and other intensity training methods, you can strengthen your core muscles, leg muscles, and arm muscles to support the muscle control and coordination required for skiing.
Balance and coordination training, such as balance boards, yoga, etc., can improve your body balance and posture control ability.
In addition, warming up before exercise is also very important. It can help you warm up your body, improve blood circulation and muscle flexibility, and reduce the risk of injury. With proper training and the right ski equipment or ski jacket, you can enjoy skiing while also protecting your body.