In snow sports, nutrition and exercise both play a very important part. Besides, maintaining a constant body temperature consumes a lot of energy. That's why an adequate diet and the right equipment to face the cold are true essentials.
Follow these tips and start progressing today!


Dedicate some of your training to the improvement of your balance, proprioception and core stability. Exercises of this type will improve your ability to turn, keep your balance, and maintain a correct stance while practising sports.


Have meals rich in carbohydrates but with little fibre. This will help minimise the risk of exercise-induced gastrointestinal discomfort.


Due to the low temperatures your body will consume more energy to regulate its temperature. Complement your diet with supplements that help build muscle mass, accelerate recovery and provide enough energy for the activity.

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Before training

Energy is essential for the body to be able to regulate its temperature in a cold environment. Choose supplements with protein and carbohydrates such as oats, which are an excellent energy source.

After training

It's important to rehydrate the body and to replenish macronutrients and mineral salts. Combine your whey shake with carbohydrates. You can also take a recovery supplement to accelerate recovery.

Athlete health

Make sure your diet contains antioxidants and that your body has access to all the vitamins it needs.