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Thu, Dec 21

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Gearhouse Garage

Ski and Snowboard Conditioning Program

A 6 week program for to get you into pre-season shape for skiing and snowboarding

Ski and Snowboard Conditioning Program
Ski and Snowboard Conditioning Program

Time & Location

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Dec 21, 2023, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Gearhouse Garage, 434 Yale Ave N B, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

About the event

Gearhouse is excited to be partnering with Alpine Training Project (ATP) to get our community in shape for ski season. Whether you're a casual weekend warrior, a shredding downhill skier, or a backcountry fiend, you'll give your body a head start for the season.

Join Mandie as she takes you through Alpine Training Project’s 6-week pre-season series hosted at Gear House in South Lake Union.

Registering for this series gives you access to 6 in-person classes and a 6 month membership to the Alpine Training Project’s online training videos hosted on alpinetrainingproject.com.

You will use Alpine Training Project’s online training videos to supplement and enhance your in-person training.

  1. 6 week ski conditioning training series for backcountry or resort based skiing and snowboarding.
  2. Staying Dialed training series to maintain your edge after the 6 week series.
  3. Performance Booster training series to boost your performance after the 6 week series.
  4. Recovery training series to address mobility and aid in recovery as needed from when you start your training to the end of your season.

Gearhouse members please use code Gearhouse23, and we'll cross-reference with your membership. 

Unfortunately, participants can not join mid-series. Stay tuned for the volcano season prep-series in March.

About Mandie:

Mandie is one of the co-founders of ATP. She has been leading ski conditioning classes for over 6 years. Mandie grew up in Bozeman, Montana and has a passion for backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering and skiing the lifts at her home mountain, Bridger Bowl. Mandie enjoys working with athletes with a wide variety of endurance and mobility needs and has a drive to help people meet their individual goals. She has been a member of the US Ski Team Medical Pool since 2008. She also served as the sole PT in Antarctica at McMurdo/South Pole stations in 2009-2010. Mandie has worked in Seattle since 2005.

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