With the season rapidly approaching (although it doesn't feel that way), what is everyone's favorite late summer/fall activities to get ready for the pow? For example, i find a good mix of rock climbing (mental), trail running (cardio), and yoga (flexibility) really gets me ready for getting after it in the winter. Anyone else have things they like to do?
Joined: Wed Dec 14, 2005 11:09 pm Posts: 673 Location: white room
The mountain bike is broken So I've been paddling on the Lake a bit, gotten back into yoga, making use of the bowflex, lots of pushups, hiked a few mountains, and chopping and stacking wood. And running. I fucking hate running. Yeah, I'm pretty much ready for stoke season
Joined: Thu Nov 03, 2011 10:07 pm Posts: 336 Location: Green Mountains
Lernr, I never noticed, but you're right. It looks awfully akward. She's been riding that set up a few years. I doubt she'd let me change it now- maybe if I told her she'd be a little more comfortable on the roll-downs 'round here.
-Get some runs in at A-basin. -Keep on CrossFitting it. -Organize my backcountry gear. -Monitor the snow conditions (starting by listening to those here on the forum and waiting for CAIC to start up their reports). -Watching hockey is fun also.