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Health, Fitness and Training

Learn how to get in shape and train properly for the sport of snowboarding. Workout routines, nutrition and proper stretching are covered on this page.
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Fuel for Fitness
Strong, toned muscles are just one piece of the puzzle when it comes to proper fitness for a day in the mountains. Learn what else you need to do in order to get the most out of your body while snowboarding.

Getting in Shape for Winter Sports
Information from the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports pertaining to winter sports.

Snowboarding's Easy on the Knees
Snowboarders are less likely to suffer knee injuries than skiers. Snowboarding is a better sport for people with a history of knee injuries.

Fitness and Training for Snowboarding
Fitness and training for snowboarding

Core Strengthening Exercises for Snowboarders
Most people exercise their legs for snowboarding while forgetting about this equally essential fitness component.

Snowboard Stretches to Prevent Injury and Improve Performance
Some simple stretches can help you to ease sore muscles, reduce risk of injury, and snowboard better.

How to Ease Soreness After a Day of Snowboarding
A long day of snowboarding will often leave you sore, but it doesn't have to. Stretching properly will ease soreness and reduce risk of injury.

Upper-Body Exercises for Snowboarders
Upper-body strength is a more important for snowboarders than many people think. Here's why.

Balance Exercises For Improving Your Snowboarding
Balance is key to improving your snowboarding. Here's how it works.

Gym Exercises for Snowboarders
For the best performance on the hill you have to train off the hill. These are five of the best exercises you can do to improve your snowboarding.

7 Sports for Summer Snowboarder Cross-Training
Staying fit during the off-season is essential to becoming a better snowboarder and minimizing risk of injury. Here are 7 awesome ways to do it!

How Dangerous Is Snowboarding Really?
There are many things you can do to prevent snowboarding injuries with a few simple tips.

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