In the current Waterski Magazine, we ran an article about stretching your lower limbs.
If you’re having trouble with your stability whilst making those turns, perhaps it is because your shoulders and as strong as they should be. Read this bit of exercise physiology from Volume 14 Issue 2, to find out a few ways to stable those shoulders and power through your turns.
Core stability gets bandied about like it’s easy to master. Do some sit-ups, do some hovers and you’ll be right – right? Wrong! Our exercise guru Ryan Poole will set you right.
We have decided to touch base with Australia’s top waterskiers to get some secrets on how they ease back into the season to eliminate the humiliation on the water and to ease the pain of the next day.
The health and fitness industry is full of hundreds of old wives tales, anecdotal accounts and just plain odd stories on how to get fit or overcome injury. Here is a summary of five of the best that we can bust for you to get you on the right track for this season.
Fitness – it is a dreaded word, and to a lot of people it is seen as a chore to stay fit and healthy. As skier’s, we are fairly limited to training off the water and no matter how hard we go at the gym, we still ache at the start of the season.