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52 Brilliant Ideas
14 Pre-ski prep We?ve all been there ? you wake up on day two of your ski holiday and your body refuses to move. Avoid the agony by working on your ski fitness before you go.
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13 Skin saviours The sun is stronger, the winds are harsher and the ?hat hair? hidden for most of the day does you no favours when you hit the bar. If you want to stay gorgeous and healthy below zero, you?ve gotta work at it.
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12 The best defence It?s cold, it?s wet and you?ll be out in it every day, but the last thing you want is to fall sick on your precious week in the snow. So boost your immune system now and make sure your defences are tip-top in time.
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11 Weather any white-out Whether you beg, borrow or buy it, there are some criteria your outerwear just has to meet. Don?t let the manufacturers blind you with science; gearing up is simpler than they make it sound.
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10 Après-ski angels Overdosed on après-ski? A bit of pretox and planning for the morning after will get you out on the slopes before lunch.
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9 Park life: snowboard Skip the table tops, the jumps and the rails and you miss half of what snowboarding?s all about. Everyone has to be a first timer in the park some time.
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2 Find your feet Want to ski better, faster, longer, without doing a shred of technique work? Then it?s time to get aligned.
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Boarders, try a tuck or sidekick. To do a sidekick, pretend you are kicking yourself in the backside with your board when you jump. For a tuck, do the opposite and pull your knees towards your chest. Once you get the hang of them, add a grab ? just reach down and grab your board with your hand in the air. The closer you pull your board towards you, the easier it is.
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Find something with a two to four foot drop and a clean landing. It should have a nice, steep landing and a clear, obstacle free run-out zone. On a snowboard, finish your turns so that you hit the jump straight with barely enough speed to catch some air. Begin low and compressed with your weight centred over your board, your head up and your arms out in front of you for balance. Just before you take-off, flatten the board. Now you can either ride straight over it or, for a bit more flair, pull both knees up to level out the board once you clear the lip. Look at the landing to stop you wobbling and reach for it with your legs. Don?t wait for the ground to come to you ? extend your legs and go to it. This will give you more time to absorb the landing with your knees. Absorb the impact by bending deep at your knees and touch down quietly. Build up to larger jumps by springing higher in the air off the small stuff (stay really compressed before the jump, then pop upwards as you leave the lip).
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22 Getting air time So you can cruise red runs and shred black runs in your sleep? Take it to the next level with on-piste pops and blink-and-you?ll-miss-it jumps. It?s the best way to prepare to get some air.
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21 Nailing nerves Whether you lose your nerve at the top of a double black diamond, or halfway down the ski bunny nursery slope, there?s plenty you can do to flatten the fear.
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Q My mind said ?relax? but my body was anxious and uptight. How can I get it to chill? A Your mind and body need to know what tension and relaxation feel like. Starting with your head and working down, alternate flexing the muscles in each body part (producing tension), then relaxing them. Mentally and physically memorise this feeling of relaxation and incorporate that feeling whenever you feel anxious or uptight.
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If you?re really serious about your warm-ups, get yourself some lessons in Kum Nye, an ancient Tibetan exercise system that is possibly the perfect pre-ski preparation. Originally it was designed to prepare warriors for war in mind, body and spirit. Kum Nye is designed for strength, endurance, flexibility and focus, so is ideal for pre-ski training. But the best thing about Kum Nye is that it consists of just eight simple, dynamic and hellishly hard-to-hold postures, and can be done in its entirety in just 20 minutes, working the heart and all the muscle groups in the process but especially the thighs and buttocks, all-important muscles for skiing and boarding.
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Try yoga?s sun salutation to start your day. Inhale as you extend and exhale as you fold. Begin standing feet hip width apart, hands in prayer position. Raise your arms overhead and gently arch your back. Bend forward and bring your hands to rest beside your feet. Inhale and step the right leg back. Exhale and step the left leg back into a ?plank? position. Lower yourself as if coming down from a push-up. Only your hands and feet should touch the floor. Stretch forward and up, bending at the waist. Lift your legs up so that only the tops of your feet and your hands touch the floor. Lift from the hips and push back and up into ?downward dog? pose. Step the right foot forward. Bring the left foot forward and step into head-to-knee position. Rise slowly while keeping arms extended. End standing with hands in prayer position.
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17 Body shock Does your pre-ski routine mean stepping out from hot chocolate and a toasty chalet straight into minus temperatures and a rigorous black run? Give your body a break and warm up before getting down.
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Strengthen this core stabiliser by doing a ?bridge? or a ?plank?. Starting from lying face down on the floor, place your elbows directly below your body and lift off the ground from your knees, keeping the body in a straight line and the abdominal muscles contracted. Hold for 10 seconds. As you get stronger, try the same exercise but lifting up from your toes. Your obliques, on your sides, are also vital core muscles for riding. These are what allow you to rotate your trunk and bend the body to the side. In snowboarding especially, you often rotate your body and legs to opposite sides to turn, so honing these babies is all-important. Work the obliques by sitting on the floor with your knees bent and upper body lowered to a 45º angle. Hold a medicine ball in your hands and rotate your upper body from side to side. As well as giving your obliques a good workout, this exercise will also get your transverse abdominis working as it stabilises your lower body, just as it would going down the ski hill. If you?re prone to an aching back when you?re on the hill, work on your erector spinae muscles ahead of time. These run up the spine on both sides and are constantly engaged when you ride because you are leaning forward most of the time. A good back extension exercise that also uses your other core muscles is to lie face down over a stability ball. Position the ball under your hips and pelvis and lean your upper body over the other side. With feet on the floor, your elbows out to the side and hands placed behind your head, slowly raise your head and back until your body is in a straight line. Then slowly lower. Always remember to do some light dynamic warm-up exercises before you start (such as long leg swings, walking while raising your knees high and gentle running) and cool down and stretch out your core muscles afterwards.
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Q My balance is terrible but I don?t want to have to buy any of those core-exercising gadgets to improve it. Is there a simple, gimmick-free exercise I can do? A Balance is vital to your performance on the hill and you don?t have to spend a fortune to develop it. Try this easy exercise. Place a tennis ball under the ball of each foot and try to balance, not allowing any other part of your foot to touch the ground. Hold onto a wall until you are balanced then build up to performing small squats on the tennis balls while keeping your balance.
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16 Hard core It?s not just about being able to ?bend ze knees?; the secret to performing on the slopes is balance. Breathe in, it?s time to tone that tum and get to the core of ski fitness.
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If you only do one ski-specific exercise in the run-up to your trip, make it ?the chair?. With your ankles, knees and hips at 90° keep your back straight against the wall and pretend you are sitting on a chair. Keep your lower back in a strong straight position by sucking in the stomach. Hold for as long as possible and time yourself. Start with 10 seconds and aim to build up to two to five minutes. Aim to beat your last time every week.
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Crunches ? Do a slow sit up, focusing on using your abdominal muscles and raising slowly. Do not pull on your neck. Start with three sets of 15. Squat ? With legs hip-width apart, toes pointing out and knees aligned over them, slowly begin to ?sit? down as if beginning to sink into a chair. Pretend you?re holding ski poles and hold for 30 seconds. Repeat 10 times. Striding lunge ? Keeping your back straight, stride forwards and lower your rear knee down so that it is just off the ground. Hold, then stride forward with the other leg. Do three sets of 10?20. Calf raises ? Standing up, raise up slowly onto tiptoes, hold for two seconds and lower slowly. Start with three sets of 10.
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Pre-ski prep We?ve all been there ? you wake up on day two of your ski holiday and your body refuses to move. Avoid the agony by working on your ski fitness before you go.
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If you have oily skin, don?t assume that you need a moisturiser. Wait 20 minutes after washing and if your face feels tight, use a moisturiser only where you feel dry. ?Retinoids can be used to decrease acne and oiliness, reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots, and help prevent the signs of ageing,? adds Ditre. ?But products containing retinoids may be drying and increase the chance of skin flaking and redness, so it?s important to talk with a dermatologist or skin care expert about how to offset the effects of winter.?
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Skin saviours The sun is stronger, the winds are harsher and the ?hat hair? hidden for most of the day does you no favours when you hit the bar. If you want to stay gorgeous and healthy below zero, you?ve gotta work at it.
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Q I?ve got dark lenses on my goggles and find it hard to see on dull days. Can I change them? A Yes, lenses come in a whole rainbow of colours for different light conditions. Your black, polarised lenses reduce glare without distorting colours and are great for bright sunny conditions. Green or silver lenses are also good in these conditions and enhance contrast. On darker days, you?ll be better off with yellow, orange or gold lenses, which filter out blue light and bring out shadows, making them good for most conditions and especially in low light. Purple and pinkish lenses also help bring out the shadows and contours of the slopes, so are good for darker days.
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Weather any white-out Whether you beg, borrow or buy it, there are some criteria your outerwear just has to meet. Don?t let the manufacturers blind you with science; gearing up is simpler than they make it sound.
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Milk thistle is one of the best supplements to pop before you drink, as it contains silymarin, which is believed to protect the liver from alcohol damage by stimulating protein synthesis and promoting the regeneration of liver cells. Artichoke extract may aid detoxification too, but there is less research to back up its powers. Other supplements that have given birth to a new generation of remedies to help you exorcise the effects of the demon drink include calcium carbonate and vegetable carbon, which help absorb toxins. If you?re not quick enough to catch your hangover before it starts and awake up to the WBA heavyweight title fight taking place in your head, try the good old ?plink, plink, fizz.? Effervescent vitamin C, painkillers, whatever your tried and tested remedy is.
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Another way to temper the toxic effects of alcohol is to sneak in a sensible snack before you hit the bar. After the pistes, nip back to your chalet or hotel and grab a light pretox snack that combines complex carbohydrate and protein. This can be as simple as an apple and nuts, a chicken sandwich or a crispbread with cottage cheese. All will help slow down the absorption of alcohol. Another sure-fire way to minimise the effects of a hangover is to drink lots of water ? not just during and after your après-ski, but in the week before you start it too. Water works because it flushes toxins through your body, improving liver and kidney function and rehydrating your skin. Build up to significant water consumption gradually over a few days. If you?re not used to consuming large amounts, your body won?t retain it. Building up to two litres gradually over a week will help your body rehydrate more effectively when it needs to. Drink it straight, in herbal teas, warmed up with a slice of lemon ? but drink it, especially just before you go out.
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For example, the fat you get from untainted, unprocessed food is the least toxic for your liver. Even if additive-free meals do have fat in them, it?s the kind your body knows how to deal with. So eating unprocessed food and plenty of fruit and vegetables in the pre-ski run-up will help. The best pretox heroes include artichoke, broccoli, cabbage, beetroot, onions, apples, grapefruit and figs.
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Après-ski angels Overdosed on après-ski? A bit of pretox and planning for the morning after will get you out on the slopes before lunch.
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The best defence It?s cold, it?s wet and you?ll be out in it every day, but the last thing you want is to fall sick on your precious week in the snow. So boost your immune system now and make sure your defences are tip-top in time.
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RAISE YOUR EXERCISE LEVEL Regular, moderate exercise has also been shown to improve immunity too. So, as well as getting your body fit for the onslaught of intense exercise in the mountains, you?ll also have better defences if you up your exercise about six weeks before you go. Exercise increases the number of natural killer (NK) cells in your body. These lymphocytes in the bloodstream and the mucosal layer of the nose and airways travel around your body scavenging foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses. When you exercise, NK levels rise and stay elevated for about 36 hours.
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The herb echinacea is also a staple in the army of defence boosters, although the scientific community is divided over whether it really works. There are as many studies revealing its positive effects as those saying it doesn?t work, but it is believed to work by increasing the number of white blood cells in the body that fight off germs. It may also raise the production of interferon, a protein that prevents the virus from reproducing in cells, killing off the infection. Take it for no more than six to eight weeks at a time.
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Research into vitamin E also shows that it may reduce your susceptibility to infections ? a good idea when you?re going to be spending a lot more time in hot, crowded bars.
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Personally, I swear by the cold-busting duo vitamin C and zinc when I?m feeling under the weather, and the research seems to back me up, with some studies showing they help prevent colds and flu and reduce their severity if you do succumb.
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The best foods for boosting your immune system are those containing high levels of anti-oxidant vitamins A, C, E and the minerals zinc and selenium. Good choices are green tea, Brazil nuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, sweet potato, green leafy vegetables; fruit such as grapes, watermelon, guava, grapefruit and especially those rich in lycopene like tomatoes. Garlic is also a good weapon to have in your armoury, as it is known to fight bacterial, fungal and viral infections. It also reduces inflammation and benefits the heart and circulatory system, thanks to its sulphur compounds, which support the action of killer cells ? cells designed to fight off foreign bodies.
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Park life: snowboard Skip the table tops, the jumps and the rails and you miss half of what snowboarding?s all about. Everyone has to be a first timer in the park some time.
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Find your feet Want to ski better, faster, longer, without doing a shred of technique work? Then it?s time to get aligned.
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LET?S PROGRESS TO RAILS Ideally your first rail should be a flat bar about half the width of your board, low to the ground with a ramp to ride onto it. Try the 50?50 as your first trick. Start close enough to the rail so that you don?t have to turn before you hit it ? this will ensure you hit it straight on and flat. Then ride in a straight line towards the ramp, cruise straight onto the rail, along it and straight off it at the other end. Yes, it?s that simple. The secret to pulling it off is to keep your weight even, bend your knees and keep your body and arms low and in the centre of the rail. As you become more comfortable, you can gently slide your board so that it?s perpendicular to the rail. If you do this, you must dull your edges ? if they?re sharp, you?re liable to catch one and be unceremoniously dumped off the rail.
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To lay the foundations, practise riding fakie or switch stance (backwards) on the normal slopes to help develop your edge control. Riding fakie is like learning to snowboard all over again. To make it easier, start by simply traversing backwards, as you did when you learnt to get down the hill, falling leaf style, gradually build up to trying turns. All the rules you learned in regular stance apply here too. Watch other people on a nice easy jump so that you can build a picture of how much speed you need to make it comfortably to the landing. You?re looking for a start spot from where you can ride in a straight line without having to put in turns. Once you?ve gauged the spot, point your nose at the jump and ride straight, with your weight slightly forward, either on your heel edge or toe edge, never truly a flat base. Bear in mind that if you are on your toe edge you?ll find it easier to balance during take-off. ?Keep your weight in the middle of the board and bend your knees to keep low,? advises pro park rider for K2 Pat Meurier. ?Don?t lean backwards or forwards and try not to tense up.? When you take off, bring your legs up underneath you to give better balance through the air. Look for your landing and extend your legs when you hit it, like a car?s suspension. Now add in the fakie stuff you learned earlier by riding forwards across the fall line on your uphill edge. As you approach the jump, lower your body by flexing the knees and look fixedly at the take-off point. Jump, looking in the direction you?re going, then turn your back foot around in front of you and let your body spin 180º. Feels good?
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