You’ve been anxiously preparing for ski season – waiting for the moment you’ll get to hit the slopes. But…have you done the most important part of preparation?
Have you prepared your lungs for what lies in store for them at the top of that mountain?
If you haven’t, you’ll be left feeling breathless, tired, and ultimately get left behind – embarrassed that you can’t keep up.
Don’t get left behind.
Learn how to unlock superior performance – even at high altitudes – right now.
Ski training for most of us has evolved little over the years consisting mostly of squats, lunges, cardio and maybe some bosu ball work.
Still, the first couple of days of ski season can be a real challenge and a week-long ski vacation can leave you a wreck no matter how fit you are.
Skiing challenges your brain and your body in many ways that the training we described doesn’t prepare.
None of the training we described prepares you for things like high altitude, cold air, equipment weight, dynamic unpredictable odd-angle movements.
A full day of ski runs, restricted nutrition and hydration, the occasional fall and whiteout conditions, and the need to throw your upper body down the hill against all your natural instincts put your brain into…
It’s this “defense mode” that will hold you back and keep you from performing to your highest level.
At NeuroAthlete™ – we equip athletes at all stages of life with the ability to overcome their brain’s “defense mode” which allows them to perform optimally in ALL environments.