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Snow seems to love Boston this year. It’s not like snow is unexpected – but there’s a limit to what people can usual bear. Instead of the usual snowfall that makes life in New England so beautiful, Boston’s been hit with 45 inches so far – and more is on its way. If you’re getting ready to get out of your house, you’re going to have to pick up the shovel. Unfortunately, doing so can actually cause you a great deal of pain. If you’re willing to take a few moments to learn how to shovel correctly, though, you can use the process as part of getting in shape to ski Boston later this year.

 

One of the most important things that you can do to improve your shoveling technique and get in shape is to stretch. Shoveling is strenuous exercise, and you don’t want to injury yourself. Take a few moments to stretch out your back and your hamstrings before you get ready to go outside – you’ll be thankful for that in the morning.

 

Next, make use of ergonomic shoveling techniques. Bend with your hips, not your back. Lift with your legs, not your back – and make sure to only move light loads of snow when possible. Doing so is not only a good way to save your back, but a great way to burn calories and get in a little aerobic exercise at the same time. You can look at improving your shoveling technique as a great way to get in shape for when you want to go ski Bradford.

 

Shoveling is a workout, but it’s also a necessity. Make sure that you take every step that you can to keep yourself safe – and that means pacing yourself. No matter how badly you want to get in shape, you’ve got to make sure that you are also taking care of your body. With a little bit of hard work and some smart planning, you can get your driveway clear while still getting yourself into top shape for your next trip to the slopes near Boston.