2/ MOVEMENT AND ACTION FOR GOOD HEAT CIRCULATION
Skiing is quite an intensive sports activity which uses a large amount of energy. So, our first tip for keeping your hands warm: recharge your batteries before setting off for a full-day on the slopes, with agood night's sleep and a hearty breakfast..
Throughout the day, between descents and heading back up the mountain, you’ll be alternating between intensive and calmer periods.Effort brings warmth, as well as perspiration. It is therefore during the rest phases that you will have to be vigilant and think about moving your fingers,, don't take your gloves or mittens off, and be careful not to cut the blood circulation, by resting your hands on the bars of the chairlifts for example.