Skiing

Maximising your skiing trip

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Are you going skiing at altitude?

Skiing on the highest ski slopes in the world means you will get great snow, great runs and you will have the time of your life!

It used to mean high altitude, altitude sickness, less energy and less runs. Now you do not have to worry about that! You can prepare for above and beyond the altitude you are travelling to, ensuring your body is prepared allowing you to concentrate on enjoying your trip.

How do we ensure you make the most of your skiing trip ?

  • Bespoke simulated altitude training, preparing you for your destination from the comfort of your own home
  • No altitude side effects
  • More energy on the mountain
  • More runs and more fun

The Facts:

The higher you climb, the thinner the air gets. The thinner the air gets, the less oxygen you have, so the less energy you have, making you a tired skier!

We train your body to need less oxygen to function, so you have more available all the time!

You’ll create more red blood cells, improving your circulation, which has a great effect on energy and recovery levels! Passionate about skiing? Want to make the most of your time on the slopes? AcclimatiseMe prepares you for altitude, giving you more energy, allowing you to get more runs on the slopes and removing any fear of altitude sickness! The lack of oxygen at altitude makes you short of breath, less energetic and makes it harder to sleep, but preparing for altitude ensures none of this will happen.

One last tip before your skiing trip: If you marry a skier, marry tall – they walk with their knees bent ten months of the year.

...After being told about AcclimatiseMe I knew I had to try it for myself. Being a biathlon skier I used AcclimatiseMe firstly to cope with the altitude, but mainly to enhance my training and performance. I was genuinely surprised at the improvement of my gym performance, not only in the cardio room, but using weights too. However, my biggest improvement was definitely my recovery time, as soon as I have stopped I’m ready to go again...

Alex Buckingham, GB Biathlon Skier

Skiing is a dance, and the mountain always leads. That makes us your dance teacher preparing you for the mountain!

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