A Life Without Ligaments – And How to Avoid It!

9th Feb POW (3)
There is still much you can do without ligaments!

I am absolutely thrilled to have been selected as an Ambassador for Ratoong, a rapidly-growing website whose aim is to help skiers and snowboarders to compare, search and rate ski resorts – like Trip Advisor for skiers!

As a middle-aged lady with a dodgy knee, I am not your archetypal Snow-Sports Ambassador, but what I lack in those departments, I make up with enthusiasm. Since we gave up work to travel, Mark and I have spent our winters on the snow with our four pooches, and prior to that, we skied for as many weeks as our jobs would allow.

I am delighted that Ratoong has given me the opportunity to demonstrate that snowsports are for everyone, regardless of age, ability or gender.

As Ambassador, I will be writing guest blogs throughout the year with the aim to inspire and inform. Here is my first one, which offers a few pointers on how to avoid injury and charts my sporting progress with an ACL (Anterior Cruiciate Ligament) deficient left knee.

A Life Without Ligaments – And How to Avoid It!

I hope it helps to show that if I can do it, anyone can!

And if you would like to check out some other useful blogs or add a review or rating of your own, favourite ski resort, why not head over to Ratoong.com? A great way to get a ski fix in isolation!

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Previous posts on taking small dogs skiing can be found in the Ski section of my blog. 

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Pups on Piste!

 

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