Après Ski - integrate BLACKROLL® exercises to prevent sore muscles after skiing
Regardless of whether we're ploughing through deep snow or making rhythmic turns on the piste, our legs get a lot of heavy use when skiing, making it all the more important that you actively regenerate afterwards. Our après-ski exercises will leave you feeling energised when you get up the next day. A soothing self-massage allows for a better recovery and has a positive effect on sore muscles after skiing. This has also been proven by studies.
To prevent sore muscles after skiing, we recommend massaging the following areas:
You can also stretch these areas after skiing.
Spend around a minute focusing on each muscle group. You can also massage longer if you feel that your body is particularly tense in certain areas.
In a sitting position, place both thighs on the BLACKROLL. Support yourself with your hands behind your back. Raise your buttocks. Slowly roll out the back of your thighs.
Start in plank position. Place the BLACKROLL under your thighs. Slowly roll out the entire front of your thighs from the knees to the hips.
Start in forearm support. Place the BLACKROLL under your thighs. Roll out the entire front of your thighs.
Sit with one half of your buttocks on the BLACKROLL. Stand up with the opposite leg. Place the foot of the side to be worked on on the knee. Support yourself with your hands behind your back. Slowly roll back and forth.
Place your outer lower leg on the BLACKROLL. Place the other leg in front of your body. Support yourself on your hands. Raise your buttocks. Slowly roll out your lower leg.
Place the BLACKROLL under your back. Stand up with your legs. Clasp your hands behind your head. Slowly roll along your back.
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