Why Hillbounding?

As the leaves change, air cools, and frosty mornings greet us, memories of evenings under the lights at Chester Bowl--lungs screaming for oxygen and legs and arms turning to spaghetti--remind us it’s hillbounding time with DXC. Other than feeling proud about pounding yourself into the ground and feeling like it’s a killer workout, what good is hillbounding? Whether you race regularly, or you recreational ski and maybe jump into a Loppet race once or twice a year, hillbounding has multiple benefits to everyone who skis, whether it’s moving up a wave in the Birkie or simply getting up and over Korkki’s Isomäki with a little less embarrassment this winter. · Specific Muscular Power: Hillboundin

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