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    Posted: Mar/24/2009 at 4:24am

What sort of things should I do to prepare for the next season.  Are there exercises or training that will help improve abilities?

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squats/leg press/ski squats(the one against a wall)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/24/2009 at 10:55am
yoga is great for flexibility, balance and isometric strength.

general cardio training is good as well for endurance through the day.

mostly though, I'd say do anything to stay active and healthy.  

If you want to go hardcore, you can get a ripstick to work on independent ankle motion.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/25/2009 at 5:05am
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squats/leg press/ski squats(the one against a wall)


these are great, even if im not in my workout mode before the season starts, i always go to lift a little bit before i go first time, saves me a lot of pain
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/25/2009 at 11:20am
ankle raises- stretches the calves.
push-ups - core and back
lunges- quads, and balance
squats- quads, core, and back
leg raises- back, core, quads
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Stretches before and after workout- like your gym teacher said Wink
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Don't forget to eat right- yell
You arrrrgh what you eat- you got served
I also agree wtih ender on stretching,
especially after your workouts- you got served
ti restores flexibiltiy in your muscles- you got served

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/01/2009 at 3:45pm
I would say cardio stuff like running and swimming and riding the bicycle. Nothing sucks more than being winded after your first run of the season.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/04/2009 at 12:13pm
use a balance board and i like to jump rope as my cardio
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2009 at 4:10am

Also, take a look at a freeboard.  It is like a snowboard for the streets.  It has 6 wheels and 2 of them swivel so you can do ground 360's and such.  I haven't tried it but it looks pretty sweet.

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Cardio stuff. Or, (if you got $2000 + dollars around) go up to HCSC or Camp of champions or windells. a;lsdkjf;alsdkjf
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I just sit on the couch and hope for the best.  Then once the weather starts to turn i throw on my boots and hop around my livingroom pissing off my wife.  Works for me!LOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/21/2009 at 3:38pm
Mostly anything that works your hip muscles like squats and 45 degree leg press and also any cardio
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/23/2009 at 7:30am
Originally posted by Borsa

I just sit on the couch and hope for the best.  Then once the weather starts to turn i throw on my boots and hop around my livingroom pissing off my wife.  Works for me!LOL

haha i'd have to say the same for me, minus the wife part and insert the word mom instead...lol...

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/31/2009 at 12:01am
totally changing the subject..

But, I see some boarders and wonder how flexible you have to be to pull off some tricks..
i'm assuming people have to stretch for this... right?
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^^^I think stretching is very important.  Not only does stretching help with flexibility, but it also helps with injury prevention.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/03/2009 at 7:01am
x2 on the stretching. I also think strengthening your core is one of the best ways to prepare during the off season. Focusing on your core (abs, lower back, and hips) will greatly increase your endurance. Straight out of Men's Health, "Developed core muscles help you react faster and stronger, and let your body distribute stress evenly and absorb shock effectively. Athletes who give these muscles proper attention will reap enhanced balance, body awareness, coordination, and flexibility."
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/03/2009 at 4:32pm
watch video and get your mind ready
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/13/2009 at 10:36am
Originally posted by ThaScarecro

Go skate hard. Easy.
Couldn't agree more. Atleast to me, skating just makes pulling off tricks in snowboarding that much easier. A lot of techniques carry over from skating to snowboarding. Other than skating or possibly surfing, I would say eat well and do the exercises already suggested by people.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/30/2009 at 12:29pm
do abs for balance and leg press ro get rid of the leg burn
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/23/2010 at 9:53am
Besides moving to where the snow is...
Cardio and stretching(yoga) are a necessity unless you want to spend half your pow days in the lodge.
The aforementioned leg exercises (squats etc.). Jump squats are also good.
Balance boards are awesome! They aren't just for fun or practice, they actually work your core and stabilizer muscles. Just about any exercise that is a balance exercise will work your stabilizer muscles, which besides your calf and the arch of your foot from riding toe side too much, is almost always the first thing to be challenged your first days back on the slopes.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/23/2010 at 9:59am
do some bosu ball training. one leg standing. also squating on a bosu ball going side to side putting all the pressure in your hell squeezing the qlutes as you transfer sides. what this does is strengthen your hip adductor and abductors. make sure you train your quads as well doing stuff like leg extention and bulgarian lunges. or normal lunges work just as well. make sure you get cardio in as well as u use your fast twitch muscles a ton while snowboarding. got any other questions just email me.
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Originally posted by Jigkidd

Don't forget to eat right- yell
You arrrrgh what you eat- you got served
I also agree wtih ender on stretching,
especially after your workouts- you got served
ti restores flexibiltiy in your muscles- you got served



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/24/2010 at 7:28pm
I've been doing box jumps, keeping my legs at shoulder width throughout (to simulate binding distance). You can do it onto pretty much anything as well.
In theory it seems like something that would help riding boxes/rails in general and build muscle that you use in the same process.
Not sure if it actually does, but hey if not its an extra workout so it's win/win for me.

http://www.brassringfitness.com/workout-techniques/box-jumps/

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/03/2010 at 12:11pm
this was very helpful. good thought to think about off season.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/03/2010 at 12:13pm
cardio work for stamina so u can make most of next season and streches always the way to go
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ive been doing squats and it helps ALOT
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/04/2010 at 6:17pm
I skateboard in the summer, so that is pretty much all I do to stay in shape for winter. Sometimes I ride my mountain bike on an indoor trainer starting in november just to get some cardio and leg stamina.
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Skateboarding really helps my boarding.  It's so damn hard, it makes boarding easy by comparison. 
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Skateboarding really helps my boarding.  It's so damn hard, it makes boarding easy by comparison. 


Yeah. Just hit a pool or half pipe twice a week and you'll be in great shape come winter. Street just doesn't work your legs quite as much.
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I never really got into skateboarding as much so I do BMX in the off season which works out most of your body, and gives you some good endurance. Plus a good run every morning or so is a great way to stay in shape. Stretching helps a lot, if you don't you will regret it the next day.
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also if you want to get really creative you can always duck tape a skate deck to your shoes and jump on a tramp. thats fun and try to do flips with it.
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Slacklining ,  really improved my balance and strengthened my core.
 
 
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stretch and run a couple of times a week
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Wall squats would be good conditioning since you spend the majority of your time on the board with slightly bent knees for a prolonged period of time.
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I'm picking up biking to keep legs strong and my cardio up. Usually when I board with friends I'm the last one standing. If I'm gonna go snowboarding I want my legs and heart to last from morning till night.
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does anyone ride thouse street snowboards made by comapines like freeboard? they look super fun amd crazy but are expensive and i was wondering how big of hills you actually neeed to ride them.
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Here is a 4 week plan that is supposed to help you get ready for the upcoming season. I imagine you can do all the same stuff during the off-season:

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/lbrooks3.htm
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^^l think its pretty good workout, but doesnt focus on the abs as much as l would want. especially during beach season. gotta impress the girl you know what l mean hahaWink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2011 at 9:47am
Lots of folks say tons of squats and ab stuff...you know, strengthen legs and core...duh, right?
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My wife does P90X and loves it.  She's been doing it for over a year and it has really helped her out during the snnowboard season.  I do a lot of jump squats and box jumps prior to, and during the season.  It definitely helps my legs get used to the "fast twitch" motion of jumping up and then landing and absorbing the impact.  It really helped me out last season and I was actually able to hit the kickers in the expert park this year because of that.  Like everybody else already said, do a lot of exercises for your core.  I use an "Indo" board which helps with your core and balance and again, I could tell a difference in my riding as I was more stable because of spending some time on the Indo board.
Jaybez, thanks for the link.  Those base exercises are a good start and will help any rider out.
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