Session 1

Training in autumn - ski touring in winter.

Session 1

Training in autumn - ski touring in winter.

Session 1

Get in Sheep

Preparation, endurance sessions and mechanical axis training: In the first training set we start with a simple initial test. This means the NAKED SHEEP can measure his success at the end of the ten weeks! This can be done at home without the need for equipment or major time commitment. This is followed by short strength endurance intervals, alternating with longer or less intense sessions. The aim is to achieve an optimum mix of training and recovery that is easy 

to build into your everyday work schedule. In addition to endurance, during the two weeks we focus particularly on the mechanical axis as well as flexibility and stretching. This means we can increase efficiency during mountain ascents and are protected against injury. You can find the two-week training plan and comprehensive information for all exercises below. 


THE 10-WEEK TRAINING PLAN to get you fit.

Week 1 + 2

The training plan gives you a daily overview of exercises and timings for training. 

Preparation, endurance sessions and mechanical axis training: In the first training set we start with a simple initial test. This is followed by short strength endurance intervals, alternating with longer, less intense sessions. In addition to endurance, we also strengthen the mechanical axis and increase flexibility – for more efficient ascents on ski tours!


Exercises step by step


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Recipe for a perfect start in the training

Spiced porridge with dates and winter apple

Porridge, the once somewhat simple dish from Scotland, has since become a trendy, healthy breakfast. And for good reason, because there are many possible delicious variations and, thanks to its high carbohydrate and liquid content, it’s ideal for a fit and well-hydrated start to an active day.

Spiced porridge with dates and winter apple

I, the User, understand the risks inherent to participating in training programs.

I accept that risk factors include environmental conditions, technical equipment, atmospheric influences and natural or artificial obstacles. I am also aware that certain movements or actions during training cannot always be predicted or controlled, and therefore cannot be avoided or prevented by safety measures.

It has been recommended that I regularly seek medical clearance to certify my suitability to participate in training and to implement the training contents. 

I am aware of all the consequences associated with incorrect execution and accept that in the event of an accident, injury or other negative effects as a result of the training recommendations, ORTOVOX and Chris Ebenbichler shall be in no way responsible.

In the event of any safety concerns or health impairments, it is recommended that I immediately stop the training program (Naked Sheep training blog).