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Train your knees for your skis.

Elite alpine ski racing is a physically demanding sport imposing large external loads on the lower limbs while travelling at high speeds in an unpredictable environment. The extreme demands of the sport result in a high risk for lower body injury, particularly to the knee joint. In a competitive season, knee injuries account for over 30% of all alpine ski racing injuries.1  Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is the most common form of knee joint injury in ski racing. Most ACL tears occur when pivoting or landing from a jump.1