Not all water-ski goals need to focus on the liquid playground. As we inch closer to the dawn of winter’s chill, it’s time to set your sights on the off-season steps required to become a better skier. In this water ski how to, get ready to become inspired as three pros reveal their winter goals and how they expect to achieve them.
Goal: To score many goals playing hockey. I don’t really live with on-seasons and off-seasons; I have ski season and I have hockey season. This winter I’ll play for the University of Central Florida Knights in Orlando, Florida. Not having a conventional off-season ensures I am always working toward an end, and completely switching gears in the fall away from skiing into hockey keeps me mentally fresh and ready to kill when the ski season rolls back around.
Monday: Hockey practice (two hours)
Tuesday: Full-body weight training circuit (40 to 50 minutes)
Wednesday: Hockey practice (two hours)
Thursday: Full-body weight training circuit (40 to 50 minutes)
Friday: Hockey practice (45 minutes), hockey game (three hours)
Saturday: Hockey game (three hours)