The season of ski holidays is about to hit its peak. Some are so lucky and have already gone, others may have to wait a few more weeks before they can get one on the experience. If you are one of those who still have to wait a bit before it is your turn, you can fortunately spend the time preparing yourself in the best possible way for the expected ski holiday. We have found three good applications that can be used both before and during the ski holiday.
SkiFit-saves you from sore muscles on the trip
Those who have been skiing before can sign that it can be a physically demanding pleasure. In fact, the most widespread pain people experience is not because of the large amounts of alcohol typically consumed on après-ski. Instead, it is often due to lack of training prior to the ski holiday that causes aches and pain – especially for those who do not train much on a daily basis.
SkiFit a great free application. It helps to make the body physically ready for the upcoming skiing holiday. The training program is designed for all types of people, so everyone has the opportunity to participate. A good game of training with SkiFit takes about eight minutes, and it can be done almost anywhere. There is no need for a fitness center to be able to use this fitness app.
Investing your time in this application will be incredibly well spent. It will reduce the tenderness you might otherwise be exposed to after some good trips down the slopes.
Ski Tracks-keeps track of your stats
If you travel with your friends, it is not unusual that there can quickly GO competition in it. Who can take the highest slopes, who drives the longest and who has the highest top speed. All this takes care of Ski Tracks. There is no doubt who the winner of this year’s ski holiday will be with the use of this application.
Ski Tracks measures and analyzes one’s time, length and height on each trip. This gives the obvious opportunity to compete with the friends. But it also opens up the possibility of competing with oneself. This can push you to drive a bit faster. It can also motivate you to try the hill that is a bit higher than the usual – or you can be pushed to drive a bit further.
Snowboard Tips-teaches you all the secrets
Starting a new ski sport can be risky and lead to injuries if you do not take some measures.
Snowboard Tips have been prepared in collaboration with former Olympic snowboarder Mathieu Bozzetto. Here he instructs beginners and well-trained snowboarders. The course itself takes place through a series of different videos. These videos illustrate and explain the important details to know to manage the resort.
It is still a good idea to wait with the most advanced exercises if you are a beginner, and instead start by mastering the basic things. Other things cannot be predicted, such as someone driving into you. Therefore, it is important to pay close attention to your surroundings when skiing and snowboarding and keep your eyes and Ear Open.
If you believe in a little more between heaven and earth, you can for example try to predict what you have in store by reading your zodiac sign– this allows you to quickly get an idea whether there are bigger accidents in the future or not.
Easy and simple
All of the above applications are designed to be easy, simple and easy to use-that is, for everyone and everyone regardless of experience level.
In cases where we do not find it easy and user-friendly or maybe just confusing and cumbersome, we are often inclined to outsource these things. It can be anything from cleaning and waxing your skis to something in the whole other ditch like complaining about tax.
However, going skiing or snowboarding requires a great deal of yourself, no matter what level you are at. Fortunately, however, the above applications can help you a good way down the slopes – whether you are an expert on skiing or not.
Three applications to improve your skiing holiday
The season of ski holidays is about to hit its peak. Some are so lucky and have already left, others may have to wait a few more weeks before they can get…
Martin M. Jørgensen & #13;
Written d. 31 jan 2017 – No comments