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Think You Can Hang with Lindsey Vonn’s Workout?

Becoming the quadruple Overall Ski World Cup Champion takes some serious dedication and fitness discipline. Just ask Lindsey Vonn. Or better yet, check out these 10 dynamic exercises that are either harder than they look or painful to watch if not damn near impossible to execute (ahem, #4). Source: redbull.com

How to Start Your Ski Fitness Regimen Now

If you wait until the snow is flying and the lifts are spinning in November to start thinking about ski fitness, you're behind. Active.com identifies the major and most important muscles skiers rely on, along with the in-the-gym moves to make speeding downhill with perfect form safer and easier. In other words, skiing shouldn't be the only way to get your ski legs back. Source: Active.com

30 Minute Ski Conditioning Workout

Follow along with this at-home routine that includes legs, core, agility, upper body, hips and full-body moves in sets to get strong for ski season. Source: fitnessblender.com

Post Ski Stretch Routine

After a long, fulfilling day on the mountain, don't even think about hitting the bar for après before stretching out those well-used muscles. This quick cool-down stretch series from Warren Smith Ski Academy is designed to be done in your ski gear and addresses the major leg and back areas so you can hit the slopes refreshed the next day. Source: Warren Smith Ski Academy

When it Comes to Fitness Advice, Who Influences the Influencers?

Outside goes down the physiology of fitness rabbit hole to find out who the brightest cycling minds rely on for trusted fitness and endurance advice, and whom those folks follow for advice, and so on. The resulting Twitter tips include avoiding making active recovery workouts too hard. Source: outsideonline.com

22 Best Foods for Skiing & Riding

What should I eat when I go skiing? Eat This, Not That walks through ideal meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with snacks, après and approved substitutes for that indulgent hot chocolate. Source: Eatthis.com