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Ski Conditioning & Winter Fitness

Train For The Slopes

The ski fitness classes will prepare you for a stronger, healthier, and more confident snow sport season by focusing on overall body strength, agility, and balance through fitness techniques, education, and in-class training on how to avoid injuries on the slopes.

Classes are taught by our team of medical and fitness professionals: physical therapist, physical therapist assistant, athletic trainer, and personal trainer.

Please email for any questions.

Ski Fitness Class is completed for 2022-23 season. Check back August 2023 for updates!

The University of Utah Orthopaedic Center's 25th annual Ski Fitness class is a pre-ski season physical preparation 9-week program. Session 1 begins October through December 2023. Session 2, if offered, is designed to keep you in shape during the ski season and begins January 2024.

2022-23 Season included two options: Hybrid (one day a week in person + virtual) OR On Demand (all virtual)

Session 1

Oct 2-Dec 7, 2023 (no classes week of Nov 20, 2023)

Session 2

Jan 2024


Session 1 - Opens Sept 1, 2023

Session 2 - Opens Sept 1, 2023


Before attending class, please take time to fill out the following forms and email to Thank you!

Yoga for Athletes

Yoga for Athletes provides an ideal complement to our Ski Fitness class. Timed to coincide with our ski fitness program at the UOC, the targeted yoga workout is offered for any sports enthusiast looking to cross-train to reduce the risk of sports related injuries.

This class is designed to help the athlete with focused moves to increase performance through stability, strength, and flexibility. Yoga for Athletes is available during the winter months one evening a week for 50 minutes, taught by one of our medical professionals who is also a registered yoga teacher.

REGISTRATION opens Sep 1st

Included with Ski Fitness registration 





Session 1:

TBD TBD Included with Ski Fitness registration!

Please direct all questions about the class to:
 Linda Vernon Scholl DPT

Phone: 801-587-7005

Resources for Our Patients

What Does an Orthopedic Doctor Do?

If you play sports, are in your 40s or 50s, or have family and friends who are physically active, you’ve probably heard of the word "orthopedics.” But do you know what orthopedic doctors really do? And how do you know if you could benefit from seeing one?

Read About Orthopedic Doctors

Orthopedic Injury Clinic

At our Orthopedic Injury Clinic, you can get an appointment the day you call. Come to this clinic for fractures, dislocations, or other pains to your bones, joints, or muscles that won't go away.

View Our Ortho Injury Clinic

When to See a Sports Medicine Doctor

Everyone has a body. To take care of it, you’ll need to stay active. But no matter how careful you are, at some point or another, you may injure yourself. Should you see a doctor right away? Or is it better to take it easy and wait for the injury to heal on its own?

Read the Symptoms & Injury List

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