3. It stops you from losing your shred legs

Veteran Halifax rider Wayne Taylor limbers up. Photo: Ed Blomfield
Veteran Halifax rider Wayne Taylor limbers up. Photo: Ed Blomfield

Do you suffer from ‘second-day ache’, when the early exuberance of your trip abroad gives way to agony in all the muscles you forgot you had? If you keep your hand in at a dry slope, it’ll help fight off the cramps. Even getting a handful of sessions in before your trip can make a world of difference.

 

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