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    Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 8:25am
What are the most important things after a day of snowboarding, besides sleep and protein?
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I usually get in a hot tub then drink beer and eat pizza.  Not sure that works but it's super fun.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 8:43am
If you regularly work out then a day of snowboarding won't make you so sore or tired.  
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 8:49am
Originally posted by CO_champagne

I usually get in a hot tub then drink beer and eat pizza.  Not sure that works but it's super fun.

This haha.

Our schedule in CO was party, shred, party, shred, party, shred, etc.
Were we in tip top shape each morning? Probably not.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 8:55am
Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

If you regularly work out then a day of snowboarding won't make you so sore or tired.  


^Not true, just because you are in shape doesn’t mean you don’t get hurt or tired or sore. I wish that was the case but that is just a crazy thought. Everyone can get sore after a hard day at the slopes. The way that works well for me is to make sure i stretch before and after hitting the slopes and that helps the most i think besides eating a good meal to revitalize your system
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:04am
^ I don't think he meant you won't feel sore or tired at all but it won't be bad. I agree with angry if you are in shape, it really helps but make sure it is the right kinda of in shape. 
I finding it is a balance of relaxing enough but keeping your muscle from tighten up.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:06am
Originally posted by shreveswat

Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

If you regularly work out then a day of snowboarding won't make you so sore or tired.  


^Not true, just because you are in shape doesn’t mean you don’t get hurt or tired or sore. I wish that was the case but that is just a crazy thought. Everyone can get sore after a hard day at the slopes. The way that works well for me is to make sure i stretch before and after hitting the slopes and that helps the most i think besides eating a good meal to revitalize your system


It works for my siblings and I.  Since we started working out regularly, we have been able to ride multiple days straight without feeling it the next day versus when we didn't exercised, we felt it on the 2nd day but we still rode of course.  Everyone works differently of course, personally I never stretched before or after riding but it's not a bad idea to do especially on your neck if you're a boarder.

EDIT: Timmay got what I meant.  Smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:18am
medicate, Tylenol, icebath followed by a hot epsom salt bath, then a shower.

i do it every day after riding and it helps a lot. the ice sucks, but it help so much its worth the shivers. and it makes the epsom salt bath that much better.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:19am
Originally posted by shreveswat

Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

If you regularly work out then a day of snowboarding won't make you so sore or tired.  


^Not true, just because you are in shape doesn’t mean you don’t get hurt or tired or sore. I wish that was the case but that is just a crazy thought. Everyone can get sore after a hard day at the slopes. The way that works well for me is to make sure i stretch before and after hitting the slopes and that helps the most i think besides eating a good meal to revitalize your system

Rehydrate!!!!

If you are going to stretch in the morning I would recommend a low impact stretch routine in the vain of yoga.  Generally, from my understanding,  it is not a great idea to stretch your muscles hard when they are cold.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:42am
What my personal health and fitness told me about two years ago. Is stretch didn't make a different in study of injuries. It was warming up in a like matter first a simple example: If you are going to run, jog first, also have a cool down time.  
So snowboarding take a easy first run glide down the grooms and get your legs warmed up. Unless it is a powder day then ride your board like it was stolen b/c it is going to be tracked out soon, who care if you are going to be sore. 
I like to stretch while I get dressed in the morning, but that is more for style while snowboard. It is easier to do grab when you can easily grab.   
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:45am
I think it is important to stay hydrated and nourished while your boarding as well as at the end of the day and then get some rest so that your fresh to get the first lift in the AM.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 9:46am
Get all that lactic acid out of your body by getting food in your body as soon as possible like complex carbs.  Then get a hot bath and massage.  It's what all top athletes pretty much do.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 11:22am
Wear Reebok runtones. You know, the shoes that ads say make your butt look better. 

My wife has a pair and the way they work out your legs is apparently the same way boarding does. My calves and thighs were sore but she said she felt great after three days of shred.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 11:51am
Originally posted by jsquid526

What are the most important things after a day of snowboarding, besides sleep and protein?


You want carbs more than you  want protein. Protein is for muscle building, carbs are for energy.  Eat pizza, pasta and the like.

Hydration is also huge, you can't drink enough water while you are up there.  If you drink alcohol it is even more important to drink lots of water.  Dehydrated muscles will fatigue very quickly.

Hot tub, massage, and compression pants are also things that can help with recuperation.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 12:37pm
i differ from the advice regarding stretching and injuries.
I had "jumper's knee" which is pain in the patella tendon. it felt like a knife was stabbing me behind the knee caps every day i boarded. stretching after boarding and low impact cardio during the week are what helped me the most.

other things i look out for are:
rehydrate
eat lots of carbs
and take a multivitamin
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 1:01pm
take a hot bath. and drink hot tea with honey to calm me down. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 1:12pm
Originally posted by zagfan5

medicate, Tylenol, icebath followed by a hot epsom salt bath, then a shower.

i do it every day after riding and it helps a lot. the ice sucks, but it help so much its worth the shivers. and it makes the epsom salt bath that much better.


Instead of the icebath i prefer naked snow angels.  Although the neighbors probably don't.
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interesting...what does a naked snow angel look like?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 2:26pm
Before I head to the hills I eat yogurt, banana, and drink some gatorade to hydrate myself.  Board for 4hrs straight without eating or drinking anything.

Drink a whole bottle of gatorade when I get back and eat something (leftovers from the night before).  Sometimes I go sit in the hot tub but most of the time I'm too lazy to so I take a hot shower and nap.

Oh it also helps that I work out regularly.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 2:37pm
Just don't be a puss and push yourself everyday.  Don't make excuses make it happen.  I think the biggest thing is just developing your riding muscles and keeping in shape. 

Or just do some steroids.  Your balls may get small but you'll be able to ride like a beast.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 2:57pm
Wow, some of you guys take this stuff seriously. I'm usually fine after boarding, I just work out on the regular and eat well. Staying hydrated helps too. 
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eat right, sleep right and drink right. That is what you need, before and after.


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Stretch, Stretch, Stretch.... your muscles will get tight after a few days. Recently went on a 5 day ski trip, rode powder 3 out of the 5 days and day 2 of POW my quads were tight and on fire with every hard carve or stop. Drink plenty of fluids and keep those muscles stretched, especially for consecutive days.
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Ice, Tiger Balm, Arnica, Stretch, and wear protection kids.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 3:22pm
I usually start of mornings with a good stretch of my johnson in the shower then I have a hearty bowl of cereal with a banana chopped in along with a couple vodka redbulls followed by a coffee.

Crank some punk or metal in the car on the way to the slopes and the previous nights' hangover is all but cured!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 3:23pm
drink a bottle of nice beer and stretch + watch a movie and fall asleep like a baby.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 3:36pm
just stretch it out before and after you play. If you feel a cramp coming, stop rest for like 30min before you start up again.
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i make my girlfriend give me a massage haha. eat then hit the hottub
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i make my girlfriend give me a massage haha. eat then hit the hottub

 Massage - nice! Yeah the hot tub sure helps - along with eating carbs and protein and drinking plenty of water.

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get a massage chair. THey go for 2k but works wonder daily after workand after a hard day of snowboarding
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 4:07pm
eat and drink at ton if your bodys out of carbs to burn or dehydrated your gunna pay dearly. also strech out and warm up before doing crazy stuff. nothing worse then pulling or tweaking somthing early in the day      
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 4:10pm
Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

Originally posted by shreveswat

Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

If you regularly work out then a day of snowboarding won't make you so sore or tired.  


^Not true, just because you are in shape doesn’t mean you don’t get hurt or tired or sore. I wish that was the case but that is just a crazy thought. Everyone can get sore after a hard day at the slopes. The way that works well for me is to make sure i stretch before and after hitting the slopes and that helps the most i think besides eating a good meal to revitalize your system


It works for my siblings and I.  Since we started working out regularly, we have been able to ride multiple days straight without feeling it the next day versus when we didn't exercised, we felt it on the 2nd day but we still rode of course.  Everyone works differently of course, personally I never stretched before or after riding but it's not a bad idea to do especially on your neck if you're a boarder.

EDIT: Timmay got what I meant.  Smile


This is mostly true. You have to do the right kind of work out. Usually an off season cardio/quad/calf workout usually helps a lot since boarding can involve all three. But, if you are keeping in shape by benching weights, it won't necessarily help you! But this is true, jog a little each day and you should be able to keep yourself in shape for the season
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Yoga every morning.
Two Tylenols (or the generic kind) before the day of riding seems to do the trick for me.

I get plenty warmed up having to walk up to the lift from the parking lot below! (and warm down carrying my sore body back to the car).

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I try and have a proper meal and drink lots of water once I get home. That, paired with a couple of Panadol (the AU version of Tylenol), a decent nights sleep and some stretches usually has me covered. I run, literally, all day at work.. So that usually helps out too!
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The best defense is a good offense!  Being well fed, slept, and hydrated BEFORE riding sure helps a lot.
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A soak in the hot springs after (JapanHeart ) Wink

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hot tub is always nice when ur feeling sore
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Stretching and Advil, before and after.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/18/2011 at 11:37pm
Originally posted by shreveswat

Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

If you regularly work out then a day of snowboarding won't make you so sore or tired.  


^Not true, just because you are in shape doesn’t mean you don’t get hurt or tired or sore. I wish that was the case but that is just a crazy thought. Everyone can get sore after a hard day at the slopes. The way that works well for me is to make sure i stretch before and after hitting the slopes and that helps the most i think besides eating a good meal to revitalize your system
i ride regularly, dont work out or really do anything else for exercise in the winter, and eat fairly healthy-ish.  im in decent shape for an avid snowboarder but its nothing special at all.  i can hike and ride pow fast and aggressively on this wonderful northwest terrain all day long and i might get good sleep that night because i actually exercised that day and my body is ready for it, but it never makes me sore or tired.  i actually feel more "alive" and better in general after a good day like that...... so id have to disagree that its a crazy thought.  it totally depends on the person though.
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Wear compression pants to sleep :) And make sure I have a good feed and plenty of fluids.
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A hot meal and about 8 hours of sleep is all I really need to recoup from a day of boarding.  There's nothing I can usually do to quickly recoup if I wanted to say go to a bar at night.  I'm usually spent after a day of shredding.
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i usually do the same thing that do for the gym.

Start the day with:

  • Multivitamins
  • Fish Oil
  • Vitamin D

After boarding:

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the only thing I do religiously is stretch, as I'm about as inflexible as people get.  I also drinks gallons of water daily on my own, so I'm sure that help flush out the bad stuff.  Other than that, I'm always ready to ride the next day.  A hard day of park riding with my usual spills and falls does take it out of me.  
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nothing cures your body better than another day of boarding right afterwards!!!
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