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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


The University of Utah Orthopaedic Center 22nd annual Ski Fitness class will be in two sessions with classes held twice a week:

Due to COVID-19 the in-person classes are not an option at the Orthopaedic Center.  However, you will still be able to get quality instruction virtually!

Classes will be held twice a week

Attend live virtual classes through zoom Monday and Wednesday evenings @7pm.

Bonus**15 minute live Pop On-Line (P.O.W) classes offered throughout the week.

Live virtual Yoga option included!

Exercise when you want by accessing the recorded class option. 

Session #1 Oct 5– Nov 24, 2020

Session #2 Nov 30, 2020- Feb 11, 2021

(Sessions build upon each other - be sure to email if you choose to join class after October)


Session 1 - COMPLETED

Oct 5 - Nov 24, 2020 (8 weeks)

*Registration closed*

Register for session 1


Session 2

Nov 30 - Feb 11, 2021 (9 weeks)

Register for session 2

*No class Dec 22, 24, 29, 31, 2020

(Sessions build upon each other - be sure to email if you choose to join class after October)

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

Yoga for Athletes

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 60 minutes. Class size is limited; taught by one of our medical professionals who is also a registered yoga teacher.


Yoga Classes will be included with the Ski Fitness virtual class package this year.
  • Session 1: Live Weekday Night & Time TBD

Weekday Night & Time TBD (No class Dec 22, 2020 - Jan 1, 2021)





Session 1 (Oct- Nov) TBD 7:15-8:15pm CLOSED

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

Phone: 801-587-7005

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