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Ski,Stretch and Ice

Cold One Ice TherapyEveryone thinks skiing every day and partying every night is such a cake job.  They assume it's a no brainer and all we do is snarf POW and meet tons of models and other beautiful people.  YES, AspenSpin does make it look easy, but in reality its a very difficult job.  Sure the perq.s are pretty good, but the side effects can kill. 

Being on the mountain for over 100 days a season can be tough on your body.  Extended time in ski boots can wreak havoc on your feet. Plantar Fasciitis, hammer toe are occupational hazzards.  The Winnebago sized moguls on Aspen Mountain can make your knees weak.   Up and down all day,  every day, launching accidental airs on the Ridge of Bell and so forth. 

 The Aspen Club and Cold One have kept AspenSpin in the game all season. The pros at The Aspen Club have devised a custom program of exercises and stretches that promote strength and flexibility.  We've been doing them religiously all season.  The folks at COLD ONE turned us on to Ice Compression Therapy.  Every day...we ski, we stretch and we ice.  Cold One makes it easy with their fitted, re-freezeable compression wraps.  The cold therapy has been quite helpful combating muscle pain and soft tissue issues.  Cold One gives us a complete solution for Icing.   You can benefit from our experience and get a special AspenSpin discount of 10%.   Click COLD ONE and enter the code ASPIN2011.

It been a great season so far.  Stretching and Icing have helped make it pain free.



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