Pilates for Skiers Rochester MN

Local resource for Pilates for skiers in Rochester, MN. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to skiing training, skiing fitness training, Pilates equipment as well as information on Pilates training and content on skiing.

Recreation Center
(507) 281-6167
21 Elton Hills Dr NW
Rochester, MN
Relax the Back Store
(507) 252-5869
Centerplace Galleria
Rochester, MN
Rochester Athletic Club
(507) 282-6000
3100 19th St NW
Rochester, MN
It Figures of Rochester
(507) 285-4499
2746 Superior Dr NW
Rochester, MN
Northgate Health Club
(507) 282-4445
1112 7th St NW
Rochester, MN
USA Fitness Clubs
(507) 529-1977
3462 55th Street NW
Rochester, MN
Curves Rochester
4128 18th Ave. NW
Rochester, MN
Minnesota Ice Hawks Inc
(507) 535-0100
21 Elton Hills Dr NW
Rochester, MN
Curves Rochester MN - North
4156 - 18th Avenue NW
Rochester, MN
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Aerobics, Body Sculpting, Cardio Equipment, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Group Exercise Studio, Gym Classes, Gym Equipment, Gym Sports, Silver Sneakers, Zumba

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Rochester Boot Camp For Women
(507) 206-4126
2622 Hwy 52 North
Rochester, MN
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Pilates for Skiers

By Lauri Stricker

The exhilaration of soaring down a mountainside over a blanket of sparkling white snow, surrounded by pristine evergreens and an endless blue sky inspires millions of people to ski every year. It’s no small reward for countless hours spent in the car, in lift lines, and on bristling cold lift rides to the top of the mountain.

In the Colorado Rockies, where I live, I have cross-trained skiers with Pilates from October to March for the past seven years. My sessions often start with snow reports, gear reviews, and tales of anticipated heli trips and back-country hut adventures. I’ve worked with all kinds of skiers, from strictly downhill resort skiers to purist tele-skiers (who make use of a style of cross country ski that leaves the heel free). Whether they prefer groomers, moguls, or powder, they all want to be in top form for skiing. Many of my skiing clients can only make time for Pilates workouts midweek because of their weekend skiing excursions. They might range in age, fitness level or ski preference, but they train with me religiously every winter for the same reasons: to get strong, stay injury free, and enjoy winter fun in the mountains. A client with a goal is a motivated client, and skiers are both. Pilates is an excellent way to keep skiers fit and coming back to your studio season after season.

Pilates and Fall Line Fitness
If you made a snow ball and let it roll down the side of a mountain, the path it rolls down ...

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