28 Minute Snowboard Workout – Fitness Blender Conditioning Workout Routine

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38 thoughts on “28 Minute Snowboard Workout – Fitness Blender Conditioning Workout Routine”

  1. Great video, but why no mention of which stretches are recommended? Did this first time last wednesday and got my legs stretched for 3 days…

  2. We have lots of different warm up and stretching cool down workout videos – some are separate and others are included in the routine. This one doesn't include any, like a lot of our newer videos do.

  3. Hey. So, im going in a wintervecation to ski or snowboard in 2 weeks. Would it help me to do this stuff until then? Im 14 years old, and would like to be prepared, so i can snowboard for a whole day, without getting so tired in my body, that i can´t snowboard the next day! (Im firsttime snowboarder btw)

  4. Hey. So, im going in a wintervecation to ski or snowboard in 2 weeks. Would it help me to do this stuff until then? Im 14 years old, and would like to be prepared, so i can snowboard for a whole day, without getting so tired in my body, so i can´t snowboard the next day! (Im firsttime snowboarder btw)

  5. hi, what a great video. i did not find your website the stretch and cool-down you referred to. i am seeking for one dedicated for snowboarding

  6. Thanks for this. I think it will help me lots. Is it ok if I download it? I don't always have internet but would appreciate being able to see it still

  7. I'm going to the snow in just under four weeks, I am really out of shape, has anybody who has done this seen effects and thinks that it is worth it, also how often should I do it? Thankyou

  8. This would be a perfect fit for public access television. Maybe if I aired this on my local public access television station, it would be the perfect fit for the time duration. The video's time duration is 28:42. On my public access television station, you can send in shows with the duration of 28:50, or 58:50. I will put an 8-second credits scene at the end to make it fit. Can I use this video for local playback? Please?

  9. I enjoy this workout but unfortunately after snowboarding the past 14 years my knees are becoming old man knees. Should I fight through the knee pain or find another workout that is less stressful on my knees?

  10. Great Workout! Hope this will be helpful to someone (as for me):
    1. Isolation Jump Squats – 16 reps
    2. Russian Twists – 14 reps

    3. Agility Dots (change direction) – 16 reps for each direction
    4. Tricep Dips – 16 reps

    5. Single Leg Lateral Hops – 20 reps each leg
    6. Half Squat Calf Rises – 16 reps

    7. Single Leg Ventral Hops – 20 reps each leg
    8. Half Squat Toe Rises – 16 reps

    9. Jump Turns – 20 turns
    10. Plank to Side Star – 12 Turns

  11. Thanks for a great workout!! The heel and toe lifts are perfect for me as I begin to struggle with getting them up on the third straight day of snowboarding. Hopefully this will keep me on the slopes longer! 🙂

  12. Hey guys. great video thanks… queation: how many times a week would you recommend doing this? I heard you have to have rest days in between – is that right?

  13. If you are amatuer, a snowboard specific workout is completely unnecessary and takes the fun out of snowboarding. Just being in general good shape is more than sufficient. The most tiring part of snowboarding is falling and getting back up. There is nothing better than burpees for getting in shape for that. Better yet, go snowboarding more often to learn how not to fall so much.

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