Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Description
Water skiing and kneeboarding are very popular watersports. Each can provide a fun, exhilarating workout. It is important to learn proper technique from an experienced skier or kneeboarder to avoid injuries and improve your performance. It is recommended that ski vests be worn at all times during skiing or kneeboarding. Always warm-up and stretch before engaging in these activities to prevent injuries.
Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Warnings
Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Risks
Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Sport-specific applications
Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Equipment required
Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Applicable substitutions
Waterskiing, Kneeboarding Reference sources, organizations and publications
Muscle groups used
Waterskiing: Primary muscles: shoulders, biceps, triceps, quadriceps, hip flexors, hamstrings, upper back, gluteals, calves and forearms Assistance muscles: abdominals, chest and lower back (erector spinae) Kneeboarding: Primary muscles: shoulders, biceps, triceps, latissimus dorsi, trapezius, rhomboids, forearms and hip flexors Assistance muscles: abdominals, chest and lower back (erector spinae)
Approximately 0 Calories per minute per pound of body weight
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