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Beat the rush and get a snowboard beginner day lesson from £99.

Apply the promotional code BTR99 at checkout for lessons Mon - Fri or BTR119 for lessons on a weekend.

Must be booked and taken before midnight on the 01/12/2019.

Beat the rush and get a ski beginner 2 day coursefrom £99.

Apply the promotional code BTR99 at checkout for lessons Mon - Fri or BTR119 for lessons on a weekend.

Must be booked and taken before midnight on the 01/12/2019.

Beat the rush and get a ski beginner 3 week course from £99.

Apply the promotional code BTR99 at checkout for lessons Mon - Fri or BTR119 for lessons on a weekend.

Must be booked and taken before midnight on the 01/12/2019.

Beat the rush and get a ski beginner day lesson from £99.

Apply the promotional code BTR99 at checkout for lessons Mon - Fri or BTR119 for lessons on a weekend.

Must be booked and taken before midnight on the 01/12/2019.

Beat the rush and get a snowboard beginner 2 day course from £99.

Apply the promotional code BTR99 at checkout for lessons Mon - Fri or BTR119 for lessons on a weekend.

Must be booked and taken before midnight on the 01/12/2019.

Beat the rush and get a snowboard beginner 3 week course from £99.

Apply the promotional code BTR99 at checkout for lessons Mon - Fri or BTR119 for lessons on a weekend.

Must be booked and taken before midnight on the 01/12/2019.

Save more with an Annual Chill Factore Membership this September and receive 30% off the Annual Membership as well as the 30% saving on snow activities.

Add the relevant membership product to the basket and add the promo code: MEM30 to get 30% off Annual Memberships booked by 30th September 2019

Skiing Leg Exercises

As you might imagine, the legs play a rather important role in skiing. They coordinate with your core muscles during turns, implement twists and essentially act as your ‘wheels’ while you’re on the slopes. Therefore, when learning to ski, exercises for legs can prove useful. After all, you wouldn’t go out on the road with a broken wheel, would you?

With this in mind, Chill Factore has compiled a list of ski exercises for legs which could prove invaluable to your foray onto the slopes:

Stretching 

Stretching is the root of a number of brilliant ski exercises for legs. They can ward off cramp and help strengthen your legs, making it much easier to turn on the slopes without injury.

Walking And Running

As simple as it sounds, walking and running provides top ski exercises for legs. In addition to strengthening the legs, both walking and running also help improve cardio, subsequently increasing endurance.

Cycling

Your legs essentially act as your pistons while skiing on the slopes, just as they act like pistons during cycling. Be sure to employ ski exercises for legs as a result, and you’ll see similar improvements in your skiing.

Ready To Grab Your Skis?

If you’re interested in finding out more about skiing, we offer beginner’s ski lessons, which will feature guided tuition from our expert instructors.