Skiing Interval Training Boulder

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Skiing Interval Training Boulder

For over 25 years, North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC have helped young and old train for the ski season in Colorado.  We offer a 45 minute skiing fitness test which will determine your level, beginner, intermediate or advanced, your strengths and deficits, learn how to prevent ACL injuries and more.  

By partaking in skiing interval training, you will motivate yourself to train effectively and create lasting goals and have fun while you ski train!  The goal of the program is to work over the 8 week period and at the end re-take the test to see your progress.
 
Our facility is one of the largest in Colorado. In addition to skiing interval training in Boulder, we also offer an entire list of physical therapy treatments.   We are here to help you receive the most up to date treatments from over 20 physical and hand therapists on staff.  Contact one of our two locations today for skiing interval training in Boulder.

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